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THE UNIVERSITY 

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Copyright, 1935 



THOMAS M. KEESEE 

EDITOR 

BERRY D. BROWN 

BUSINESS MANAGER 



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The Senior Classes of the 

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The staff in presenting volume XXXIX of the Ole 
Miss to the student body feels nothing of regret, 
prays no forgiveness, asks no quarter. It does so 
with the full assurance of an obligation justly met 
and consoles its attempt with a somewhat sel- 
fish feeling that it represents the best that was 
in them. We have attempted to commemorate 
something of the priceless moments you have all 
known so well. To what extent we have suc- 
ceeded you alone shall be the judges. If, then, in 
years to come, this book will aid in bringing back 
fond remembrances about Ole Miss, of the hard 
and yet happy days, then the staff shall have 
indeed fulfilled a happy obligation. • " » » " i 




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Ded ication 



William Hemingway 



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In recognition of the credit that 
he reflects on this, his Alma 
Mater, as a scholar, a teacher, 
an adviser and, above all, as a 
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Contents 



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CHANCELLOR ALFRED HUME 

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foremost educators. Brilliant, magnetic, scin- 
tillating, he brings to the administration of the 
school a keen mind, a thorough-going efficiency, 
a virile integrity, and a genial friendliness which 
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BOARDS OF DEANS 

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David H. Bishop, M.A., Litt.D Vice-Chancellor 

Richard Malcolm Guess, B.S., M.A Dean of Students 

Estella G. Heflev, B.A., M.A Dean of Women 

Alexander Lee Bondurant, B.A., M.A., Litt.D., LL.D Dean of Graduate School 

Alfred William Milden, B.A., Ph.D Dean of School of Liberal Arts 

Oliver Abbott Shaw, Ph.B., M.A Dean of the School of Education 

Thomas Charles Kimbrough, Ph.B., LL.B Dean of School of Lain 

Philip Lee Mull, B.S., M.D Dean of School of Medicine 

James Warsaw Bell, Ph.B., M.A. . Dean of School of Commerce and Business Administration 

Elmer Lionel Hammond, Ph.C, B.S. in Piiak., M.S Dean of School of Pharmacy 

Andrew Broadus Hargis, B.E., C.E Dean of School of Engineering 




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N. C. House Medicine 

Ben Caldwell Liberal Arts 

Thomas McWhorler .... Business School 

R. O. Shephard ... .... Engineering 

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MARY POWEL ABBAY 

TUNICA, MISS. 

Liberal .Iris 
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.Southwestern. 1. 2; Glee Club. 3, 4; Sen- 
ior "Y" Cabinet. 4. 



J. E. ALFORD, JR. 

MCCOMB, MISS. 

Business School 
K A 



KATHRYN PARIS ALLEN 

INDIANOLA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
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WILLIAM RIDDICK ARMSTRONG 

HOUSTON', MISS. 

Medicine 

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HERMON ADAMS 

RIPLEV, MISS. 

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ANNIE LAURA ALLEN 

HOUSTON, MISS. 

Liberal .Iris 
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Secretary of Sophomore Class, , 33- , a4: 
Secretary of Junior "Y" Cabinet. 



J. H. ARMSTRONG 

VAIDEN, MISS. 

Medicine 

* A e, * H 2, * X 

Assistant in Pharmacology; Dance Com- 
mittee; Vice-Pr sident Freshman Med. 
class; Assistant Zoology. '30-'31; Secre- 
tary M. O. A. K. S. 



ALMA CALDONIA AUSTIN 

OXFORD, MISS. 
Liberal Jrls 

Member Latin Club; "V' Cabinet Mem- 
ber. 



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WILLIAM PRENTICE AVERILL 

BRANFORD, CONN. 

Ben 

Treasurer Senior Law class; M. O. A. 
K. S. ; Intel fraternity Council, '34-'35; 
Interfraternity Danco Committee; Presi- 
dent Second Year Law Class. 



JOE N. BAILEY, JR. 

COIFEEVILLE, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
A K E 

Interfraternity Council ; 
Committee. 



Dance Conduct 



S. LYLE BATES 

GLOSTER, MISS. 

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cardinal Club, '30; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil. '30, '33, '31; Baseball, '30; "Y" Cab- 
inet, '29. '30. '33. '34. '35; Treasur r As- 
sociated Student Body, '34. 



CHARLOTTE BLACKSTONE 

WATER VALLEY, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA 

Athenaeium Club; Senior "Y" Cabinet. 




WILLIAM A. BACON- 
iK rant, MISS. 
Laiv 
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M. O. A. K. S.; Freshman Football; 
Baseball, 1, 2; "Y" Cabinet. 1, 2. 3, 4, 
". , Vice-President Freshman cabinet; 
President Sophomore Cabinet; cardinal 
Club; Debating Team, 2, 3. 4: D bating 
Council. 3, 4: Vice-President Junior 
Class; M Club; Gym Dance Committei 
l, i: Interfraternity Danci Committee, 
I; "Law Journal" Staff. 4. 5; Hermean 
Literary Society, 1. 2, 3; President Her- 
mean Literary Society, 3; Blue Key. 



PEARL BATES 

OX10RD, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 



HERMAN L. BERRYHILL 

LEARNED, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
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Football. 3. 4: Basketball 3. 4; 
3, 4; Boxing, 4: "M" Club, :;, 1: 
urer Senior Class; Phi Sigma. 



Track. 
Treas- 



ORA ELIZABETH BOOKOIT 

INDIANOLA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA 

Miss Ole Miss. '34. 



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JOHN C. BOWEN 

SENATOBIA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
* A e 

Hermean Literary Society, 2. 3; Del at- 
ing Team, 2; Vic- -President Class, 3; 
"Mississippian" stair, 2, 3, Associate Ed- 
itor, 3; Honor Roll, 2; "Y" Cabinet. 2, 3. 



NORMAN C. BREWER, JR. 

GREENWOOD, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
2 X 

Blue Key; M. O. A. K. S. ; Student Dance 
Committee, 4; Interfraternity Council, 3. 
4; Interfraternity nance Committee, 3; 
Cardinal Club. 2: Activities Editor '34 
"Ole Miss-; "T" Cabinet. 1, 2, 3, J; Sec- 
retary Junior Cabinet. 3; Latin Club, 1. 



EDWIN M. BROOKS 

TUPELO, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
2 X 



WILLIAM MADISON BUTLER 

ALLIGATOR, MISS. 

Business School 

K A 




SUE BRANNON 

WINONA, MISS. 

Laiv 
K 2 T 

'Mississippian" Staff,. 1; 
Football Sponsor, 4. 



Annual Staff, 1; 



DUDLEY B. BRIDGFORTH 

NESBITT, MISS. 

Business School 
2 X 
Glee Club. 



BERRY D. BROWN 

SIUON, MISS. 

Laiv 

B B II, 2 T, T K A 

Blue Key; Debating Team. 1, 2; Secre- 
tary Debating Council, 2; Freshman Or- 
atorical Medal. 1; Hermean Literary So- 
ciety; Stud nt Dance Committee, 2, 3, 4; 
Interfraternity Council, 2, 3; Interfra- 
ternity Dance Committee. 3; Interna- 
tional Relations Club, 2; Winner Odom 
Prize, 2; "Y" Cabinet, 1, 2. 3. 4, 5; Dra- 
matics, 2; Latin Club; Business Manager 
1935 "Ole Miss"; Student Assistant in 
History, 3, 4, 5; Treasurer Tau Kappa 
Alpha; "Ole Miss" Correspondent "Mem- 
phis Commercial Appeal"; Associated 
Press; "Jackson Daily News," 3, 4, 5. 



BEN CALDWELL 

CHARLESTON, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
2 N 

M. O. A. K. S.; Blue Key; Cardinal 
club; "Mississippian" Staff, 1; "M" 
Hook. 2; Annual Staff. 3. 4; Freshman 
Football; v. M. c. A.. President, 1, 2. 
Vice-President, 3; chairman Building 
Committee, I; tnterfrat rnity Council, 3. 
i; Student Dance Committee, 3. 4; Inter- 
fraternity Panic Committee, 3; Presi- 
dent Senior Class. 



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A. C. CAPERTON 

TUNICA, MISS. 

Business School 
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ODESSA CHISTON COCKERIIAM 

GUNNISON, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
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M. O. A. K. S. ; Mississippi College, 1, 2. 



JESSIE MAE CROSBY 

NORFIELD, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

K A, H 2 * 

Senior "Y" Cabinet. 



CHESTER H. CURTIS 

CLARKSDALE, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
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M. O. A. K. S. ; Blue Key; Scribblers; 
"M" Club; President Freshman Class, 
'35; Norris Trophy; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Bask tball, 1, 3; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chair- 
man of Honor Committee; Interfratern- 
ity Council; Senior Advisor of Phi Eta 
Sigma; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; "Y" Cabinet, 
1, 2, 3, 4. 




OFFA LUNSFORD CASEY 

LAUREL, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
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M. O. A. K. S.; Band, '30-'31; Glee Club, 
'30-'31; Hermean; S nior "Y" Cabinet, 
•3J-'35; "Law Journal." '34-'35; Boxing 
Team, '33-'34; Library Assistant, '34-'35. 



MARY COOK 

DENVER, COL. 

Liberal Arts 
K A 

Senior "Y" Cabinet Chairman. 



NEWTON L. CROSBY 

PICAYUNE, MISS. 

Business School 

* II * 

Freshman Track; Basketball; Football. 
'32-'33: Track. '34; S phomore and Jun- 
ior "V" Cabinets, '33-'34. 



W. M. DABNEY 

CRYSTAL SPRINGS, MISS. 

Medicine 
K A, * X 



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MARY ELLEN DALIER 

GULFPORT, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
* M 

Annual Staff; "Y" Cabinet; Pan-Hel- 
lenic; P. I. X. 



PRESTON MORRIS DAVIS 

TULA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

* n * 



ERNEST EDWARD DEMATATIS 

WASHINGTON', D. C. 

Liberal Arts 

* n <i» 

"Y" Cabinet; Photo Editor Annual; 

Boxing Tram, '33-':u. 



KATHARYNE DENTON 

BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. 
Liberal Ails 

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COURTNEY DAVIS 

MAGNOLIA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

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MABEL DEAN 

CLEVELAND, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 



ALICE VIVIAN DENMAN 

GREENWOOD, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
* M 

President of Women's Student Govern- 
ment, '34-'35; Vice-President W. S. G., 

:;:;-:; 1; "Y" Cabinet, '32. '33, '34, '35; 

Executive Council, '34-'35; Dramatic 

Club, '34-'35; Assistant Society Editor 

193 1 "Ole Miss." 



NEWNAN McCOY DORSEY 

ABERDEEN, MISS. 

Laiv 

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M. O. A. K. s. ; Baseball, 1. 2, 3, 4: Sec- 
retary "V" Cabinet, l: Secretary Her- 
mean; "M" Club; [nterfraternlty Dance 
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VARDAMAN S. DUNN 

GREENWOOD, MISS. 

Laiv 

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WILLIAM R. ELLIS, JR. 

LEXINGTON', MISS. 

Business School 
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ETHEL ELISE ENOCHS 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
B 2 



LUCILLE FEDRIC 

GLENDORA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

x a 

Legislative Council of Woman's Govern- 
ment; "Y" Cabinet, 2. 3, 4; President of 
Sophomore "Y" Cabinet. 




JOHN DYER 

VAN VI.ETT, MISS. 

Medicine 

n k * 

President Medical Club. 



HERBERT SUFFORD EMIGH 

OXFORD, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 



MARY ALICE FATHERREE 

QUITMAN, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
X 9. 
Belhaven College. 1, 2. 



CHARLIE B. FERRILL 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 

Business School 
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DALE SALL1S FLEMING 

FORREST CITY, ARK. 

Liberal .his 



EBB JAMES FORD, JR. 

PASCAGOULA, MISS. 

Laiv 

2 x, * h 2, n k n 

dent of Senior Law Class; "Law 
Journal," 1. 2, 3; N wman Club; II. i- 
mean Literary Society; Tennis Club; 

Latin Club. 1. 3; Y. M. C. A., 1. 3, 4. 5; 
lit tinting Team. 4, 3; Union College, 2. 



LE ROY GALE 

MEMPHIS, TENS'. 

Liberal Arts 
* M 



FREDERICK MARION GLASS 

WINONA, MISS. 
Laii; 

<I> A B, 'I' A <I\ T K A 

Blue K y; President Blue Key; Editor 
'Mississippian"; Debating, 1. 2: Debat- 
ing Council, :. ::. I; Freshman Track; 
Cardinal Ciub; Vice-President Tau Kap- 
pa Alpha; I'n s. (lent Tau Kappa, 4; "Y" 
Cabinet, l. 2. :;, l. 5; "Mississippian" 
stair. ::. Assistant Editor, 2. News Edi- 
.4; Hermean, l, -: "Law Journal" 
Staff, l, 5; M. O. A. K. s. . Shingle Club; 

StUdl Hi I ■:• nun: I. , ; Assistant Na- 
tivities Editor ••<'! Miss"; international 
Relations Club, 2. :;; Editor "M" Book, ::. 




WILLIAM M. FLY 

WATER VALLEY, MISS. 

Business School 



DAVE C. FRAISER 

GREENWOOD, MISS. 

Business School 

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"Y" Cabinet; Glee Club. 1, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball Manager, 1, 2, 3. 



HAYS GEE 

CARROLLTON, MISS. 

Business School 
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S. EARL GRIMES, JR. 

SANATORIUM, MISS. 

Business School 
2 * E 

Glee ciub. 2. ::. i. Secretary. 4; Cardinal 
Club, 2; [nterfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer, 3, President, 4; 
Hermean, 2. :>; "T" Cabinet; student 
Dance Committee; [nterfraternity Dance 
Committee. 



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ANN L. HARDIE 

MONROE, LA. 

Liberal Arts 
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EARL B. HARTZOG 

LAUREL, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

Southwestern. 1, 2. 



JAMES EDWIN HARWELL 

TULA, MISS. 

Business School 
* n * 



ARTHUR V. HAYS 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 

Medicine 
2 A E, * X 
Medical Club; Senior "Y" Cabinet. 



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HAZEL RIVERS HARRISON 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA 
P. I.X.; "Y" Cabinet; Executive Council. 



THOMAS LANG HARVEY 

MATHISTON, MISS. 

Medicine 

FT K * 

Band, '32. '33, '3-1, '35; Glee Club, '33, 
'34, '35; Medical Club; Senior "T" Cab- 



EDWIN HAVMAN 

MCCOMB, MISS. 

Engineering 
2 * E 

M. O. A. K. S. ; "Mississippian" Staff, 1. 
3; Annual Staff. 4; Boxing Manager, 4. 



LOUIS HENGEN 

BILOXI, MISS. 

Laiv 

Secretary of "Y"; Secretary Senior Law 
Class; Phi Sigma; President Phi Sigma, 
'34; Gym Dance Committee. 



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DENISE HIGGINBOTHAM 

PASCAGOULA, MISS. 

Education 

M. S. C. W., 1, 2; L. S. U. 



ROBERT L. HOLLY, JR. 

OXFORD, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
A K E 



ROBERT CLARENCE HOLMES 

OXFORD, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

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D. W. HOUSTON 

ABERDEEN, MISS. 

La<w 

I A E, T K A 

Blue Key; M. O. A. EC. S. ; Cardinal 
Club; M. l. < >. a. Representative; Senior 
"Y" Cabin t. 




SARAH HIGHTOWER 

SARDIS, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

B. S. U. Council; Blue Mountain. 1, 



FRANCES HOLMES 

HERNANDO, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
X 9, 

Secretary A. S. B. ; Vice-President Girls' 
Glee Club; Secretary Pan-Hell' nic Coun- 
cil; Senior "V" Cabinet; President Chi 
Omega; P. I. X. 



EDWIN WILBURN HOOKER 

LEXINGTON, MISS. 

Business School 
* A 9 

M. O. A. K. S. ; Cardinal Club; Assistant 
Football Manager, 1, 2; "Y" Cabinet, 2. 
3. 4. 



FRANK K. HUGHES 

KOSSUTH, MISS. 

Law 

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M. O. A. K. S. ; Phi Sigma. 'S0-'31; 
Sports Editor "Ole Miss," '36; Vice- 
President B.A. School, '32-'33j Vice- 
President Freshman I. aw class. '33-'34; 
[nterfraternity Council, '33-'34; Senior 
"Y" cabinet, '32-'83; [nterfraternity 
Dance Committee, ' 3 4 - ' 3 5 . 



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JAMES LOWRV INGRAM 

PICKENS, MISS. 

Pharmacy 
K Z 

Hermean; Pharmacy Club: Prfsid nt of 
School Pharmacy: Vice-President of 
Pharmacy Club. 



JAMES RICHARDS JOHNSON, JR. 

SENATOBIA, MISS. 

Graduate School 
* A 6 



BILLY JOOR 

ROLLING FORK, MISS. 

Lav) 

A K E 

M. O. A. K. S. : Interfraternity Council. 
3. 4, Vice-President, 4: Treasurer B. S. 
C. School, 4: "Y" Cabinet. 3. 4. 5; Phi 
Sigma. 3, 4. 



15. W. KEATING 

SARDIS, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

Senior Baseball Manag r: B. S. U. Coun- 
cil. 3. 




JEAN JACKSON 

CLEVELAND, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
X 9. 
"T" Cabinet. '34. 



MRS. DOROTHY RUSSELL JOOR 

OXFORD, MISS. 
Liberal Arts 
<J> M 
Secretary B. A., 3: Annual Staff, 3. 



GEORGE C. KEALHOFER 

BLAINE, MISS. 

Pharmacy 
Band, '33-'34, '34-'35; "Y" Cabinet. 



THOMAS M. KEESEE 

T.L'LA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

K A 

M. O. A. K. S.; Editor-in-Chief of 193." 
Miss." 



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TOM KINZER 

YOKENA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
* n * 

Philosophy Club; Interf paternity Council. 



E. H. LATIMER, JR. 

OKOLONA, MISS. 

Engineering 
K 2 



MALCOLM R. LIVINGSTON 

INDIANOLA, MISS. 

Engineering 

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Publications Council; Secretary Senior 
Class B. S. E. 



MONA GRAY McCARTER 

BATESVII.I.E, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA, H 2 * 

Latin Club. 1, 2; "Mississippian, " 1; Sec- 
retary Latin Club. :!; "Y" Cabinet. 




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RANDOLPH KLYCE 

CORINTH, MISS. 

Business Se/iool 
2 X 



JOHN S. LEWIS 

WOODVILLE, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
2 A E 



BILL LYLES 

OXFORD, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
* n * 



GEORGE THOMAS McCLINTOCK 

BELZONI, MISS. 

Laiv 
A T Q 

"Law Journal" Staff; Latin Club, 1; Phi 
Sigma; Treasurer Junior Law Class; 
Treasurer Phi Sigma, l; "Y" Cabinet: 
M. O. A. K. S. 



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LAURENCE H. McDUFF 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 

Business School 

2 A E 

Hermean; Senior "Y" Cabinet; Dance 
Decoration Committee. 2; M. S. T. C. ; 

Student Assistant. 



EDITH WIGGINS McLARTHY 

WATER VALLEY, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 



JOSEPH RICHARD McLURE 

OXFORD, MISS. 

Laiv 

Ben 

Publications Council, '32-'33; B.A., '32; 
Interfraternity Council, '33-'34. 



L. W. MASHBURN, JR. 

CLARKSDALE, MISS. 

Business School 
2 A E 




ELIZABETH McGEHEE 

WOODVILLE, MISS. 
Liberal Arts 
K A 
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MARTHA JANE McLARTY 

WATER VALLEY, MISS. 
Liberal Arts 

Randolph-Macon. 1; -\— Cabinet- Latin 
Club. 



THOMAS McWHORTER, JR. 

MERIDLW, MISS. 

Business School 

K A 

Cardinal club; M. O. A. K. S.; President 
Senior B. s. C. ; Football. 1, 3. 



HARVEY EDWARD MASON 

BUCATUNNA, MISS. 

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President Junior Law Class, '33-'34. 



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FRANCES HELEN MAXWELL 

PICKENS, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

X Q, K Z 

Glee Club, 3; Senior "T" Cabinet, 4; Mu- 
sic Club; Treasurer K. Z.. 4. 



RICHARD ALBERT MILLER 

DREW, MISS. 

Graduate School 
n K * 

Graduate Fellowship in Mathematics 
'33-'34; B.A., '33, with distinction; M.A. 
'34; Vice-President Graduate Club. 



W. W. MITCHELL 

COMO, MISS. 

Business School 
2 X 

tnterfraternity Class; "Y" Cabinet; Uni- 
tj ol Tennessee, 1. 



Rl'BY GERTRUDE MOONEY 

OXIORI), MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

A A A, II K n 

Secretarj Treasurer of Pi Kappa Pi; 
Chairman Church Relation Commlttei ol 
Senior "T" Cabinet; B. S. U. Council. 




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THOMAS S. MAYHER 

GULFPORT, MISS. 

Business School 
<I> K * 

"T" Cabin t. 2, 3. 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. 



GUY WILLIAM MITCHELL 

TUPELO, MISS. 

Laiv 

2 A E, <I> A * 

P.lue Key; President Y. M. C. A.; "Law 

Journal" Staff. 



CHARLES HILL MOFFAT, JR. 

SENATOBIA, MISS. 
Liberal Arts 
2 A E 

Senior "Y" Cabin t; "Mississippian" 
Staff Reporter, :;. Associate Editor, 4; 
Her mean Literary Society. 



MARY SEE MOREHEAD 

LAUREL, MISS. 

Liberal Ails 

AAA 

Ohio State, 1; Executive Council, '33-'34; 
Latin Club, '32-'S3. 



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EDWIN C. NEELLY 

CRENADA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 



MARY C. NEILL 

OXFORD, MISS. 

Graduate School 
AAA 



LOUISE PAGE 

YAZOO CITY, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
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Annual Staff; P. I. X. 



JANIS VEAZEY PERKINS 

SENATOB1A, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA 

Executive Council; Junior "Y" Cabinet; 
Senior "Y" Cabinet; Northwestern, 1. 2. 




GERTRUDE G. NEEL 

EL DORADO, ARK. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA 



ERNEST E. O'NEAL, JR. 

SAUCIER, MISS. 

Business School 
2 * E 

"Y" Cabinet. 



FRED PATTON 

OXFORD, MISS. 

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COMO, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

AAA 

All Saints College, 1, 2; Senior "Y" Cab- 
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C. S. RAND, JR. 

SUMMIT, MISS. 

Pharmacy 
A K E 

President Pharmacy School; Vice-Presi- 
dent Junior Pharmacy Class; Cardinal 
Club; Interfraternity Council; M. O. A. 
K. S. ; Publications Council. 



STOKES V. ROBERTSON. JR. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Law 

K A, O A K, 2 T, II K A, * A * 

Interfraternity Council. 5; Interfratern- 
ity Dance Committee. 5. 6; Chairman 
Board of Directors of Y. M. C. A.; 
Shingle Club. 6; Chairman Vesper Com- 
mittee; B.A. Degree, Ole Miss, 4. 



JAMES EDWARD SAMS 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 

Medicine 
* X 



CLANTON JONES McINNIS SEAY 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
2 A E 

M. O. A. K. S. ; Blue Key; Hermean, 1, 
Presid nt, 3; Football Manager, 1. 2, 3. 
4; Member Board Dormitory font ml; 
"Mlssissippian" staff, l, 2. 3, 4; Student 
Honor Committee; Chairman Intramural 
Athletics, ■'•; Business Manager "M" 
Book. , 34- , 35. '33-*34; Senior "T" Cab- 
in, i Assistant. 




EARNEST DARDEN REYNOLDS 

IIATTIESBURC, MISS. 

Medicine 
2 N 
B.A., Mississippi College, '33. 



SHED HILL ROBERSON 

CI.ARKSDALE, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
A * 

M. O. A. K. S. ; Blue Key; "M" Club; 
Cardinal Club; President Sophomore 
Class; Vice-Presidi nt Senior Class; Vice- 
President "M" Club; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Boxing. 2; Interfraternity Council. 



WILLIAM HILL SCOTT 

HOUSTON, MISS. 

Business School 
A T 9. 

"Y" Cabinet, 2; Ole Miss Collegians Or- 
chestra; Hermean Literary Society; Uni- 
versity Band. 3. 



R. O. SHEPHARD 

MERIDIAN-, MISS. 

Engineering 
2 A E, 2 e n 

Football, 1; Track. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cardinal 
Club; President Freshman Class; Presi- 
dent Sophomore Class; President Junior 
class; Presid nt Senior Class; President 
Ole Bliss Engineering Club; President 
Chapter of A. S, C. E. ; "Y" Cabinet, 1, 
2, 3, l; "M" Club. 



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M. C. SHINE 

WATER VALLEY, MISS. 

Business School 



SAM SIMMONS 

GRENADA, MISS. 

Graduate School 



MILDRED SMITH 

SENATOBIA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA 

Senior "Y" Cabinet. 



LENA FLORENCE SPIGHT 

ECRU, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

M. S. C. W., 1; Chickasaw, 2; Glee 
Club, 3. 



JAMES COLLIER STEWART 

CHARLESTON, MISS. 

Graduate School 

K 2, * H 2, H 2 #, II K IT 

President Eta Sigma Phi, 4; Blue K y; 
Scribblers; President Latin Club, 3; Ed- 
itor of "Vox," 3; Editor "M" Book, 3; 
Senior Speaker, 3; "Y" Cabinet, 1. 2, 3, 
4; President of Junior Cabinet. 3; Vice- 
President Senior Cabinet; Honor Roll, 1, 
2, 3; Hermean Literary Society. 3. 




WILLIAM M. SHOEMAKER 

HERNANDO, MISS. 

Business School 
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Club, '32-'33; "Y" Cabinet. 



J. T. SINGLEY 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 

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cil, '33; Track Manager, '31; Shingle 
Club; President of Fr shman Law Class, 
'32. 



F. L. SPIGHT 

TUPELO, MISS. 

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M. O. A. K. S. ; President Law School, 
'34-'35; Cardinal Club. '30; Duke Univer- 
sity. 3, 4. 



J. ARCHER STARNES 

BROOKSVILLE, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
K 2 

M. O. A. K. S. ; Blue Key; Cardinal Club. 
■1. 3; President Cardinal Club, 3; "Y" 
Cabinet. 1. 2. 3. 4 ; Interfraternity Coun- 

il. 4. 



LEE T. STOKES 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

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Millsaps, 1, 2; Band, 1, 2; Glee Club. 1. 
2, 3; "Bobashela" Staff, 2; Lamar Lit- 
erary Society, 1. 2; "Y" Cabinet, 3, 4. 



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NEWTON, MISS. 

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Senior "Y" Cabinet; President Junior 
Law Class; Associate Editor "Ole Miss " 
'35; B.A., Mississippi College, '33; "Law 
Journal" Staff. 



HAROLD EDWIN THOMAS 

MOBILE, ALA. 

Liberal Arts 
A T U 

CHAS. SUMMER TINDALL, JR. 

INDIANOLA, MISS. 

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M. O. A. K. S. ; Blue Key; Shingle Club; 
Latin Club; Track, 1; Gym Team, 3; 
Senior Advisor Phi Eta Sigma; Senior 
Speaker, B.A., 1; International Relations 
Club, 2, 3; President Pi Kappa Pi, 4; 
"Y" Cabin t. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Secretary Sen- 
ior "Y" Cabinet, 4; President Senior "Y" 
Cabinet, 5; Chairman Freshman "Y" 
Cabinet Advisor, 6; Taylor Medal Math- 
ematics, 4; Business Manager "Missis- 
sippi Law Journal," 5; Editor "Law 
Journal," (i ; Hermean, 1, 2; Honor Roll, 
1. 2, 3, 4. 5; Student Dance Conduct 
Committee, ii; Chairman Student Honor 
Committee, 5; Hall of Fame, 5; (See 
Last Year's Annual). 



RUTH E. TUCKER 

BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA 



FRED JOE VANN, JR. 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 

Business School 

Ben 

Tennis; Treasurer Senior Class 
Cabinet. 




JAMES W. STRONG 

COLUMBUS, MISS. 

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Cardinal Club, '31-'32; M. O. A. K. S.; 
Hermean Literary Society; "Y" Cabinet, 
1. 2. 3, 4, 5. 



DOROTHY THOMPSON 

GREENVILLE, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
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MARGARET H. TRUSTY 

GRENADA, MISS. 



Liberal Arts 
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G W. VANDERBURG 

WATER VALLEY, MISS. 

Business School 
K 2 



HELEN CORINNE WAGNER 

WATER VALLEY, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
AAA 

p. i. -\.; Senior "Y" Cabinet; "M" 
Annual Staff, '34-'35; Pan-Hellen 
'35; President Pan-Hellenic, '36. 



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DAVID WALLEY 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
K 2 
Glee Club; Millsaps, 1, 2, 3. 



MARGARET WEBB 

WEBB, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
X Q 

Converse, 1, 2; "Y" Cabinet; Latin Club; 
P. I. X. 



ELIZABETH WELCH 

MERIDIAN, MISS. • 

Liberal Arts 
K A 



THOMAS RALPH WILLIAMS 

DREW, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

2 * E 

Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Bask tball, 1, 2, 3. 
4; Secretary "M" Club. 



FRANCES EAGER WITTY 

WINONA, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

X tt, II K n, A A A 

"Mississippian" Staff. 



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WILLIAM W. WATKINS 

ABERDEEN, MISS. 

Medicine 

K A, <I> X, n K n, <!> H 2 

"Y" Cabinet; Herm an; Medical Club; 
Treasurer of Senior Medical Class. 



CARL WEEKS 

ACKERMAN, MISS. 

Pharmacy 

* A X 

Class Secretary; Member Pharmacy 
Club; Senior "Y" Cabinet. 



N. L. WHITWELL 

LAMBERT, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 

Baseball; Hermean Society. 



C H. WISE 

HUGHES, ARK. 

Pliarmacy 

II K * 

Vice-President of Senior Pharmacy 
Class. 



SUE WRIGHT 

CORINTH, MISS. 

Liberal Arts 
X n 

University of Tennessee, '31, •32- Pre 
dent Y. W. C. A. 



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IN MEMORIAM 




LEE SIMRALL CAINE 

Class of 1935 

BORN JANUARY 31, 1914 
DIED DECEMBER 2, 1934 



Dedicated by 
The Members of Eta Chapter of Sigma Chi 



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John E. Stone Law 

Charles S. Neal Medicine 

Hugh Cunningham Liberal Arts 

Sydney Campbell Business School 

Emmett D. Kemp Engineering 

Glen Hollingsworth Pharmacy 




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Onita Aldridge, * M, A A A, E 2 * . Winona, Mis*. 

Liberal .Iris 
President Alpha Lambda Delta, 2; Debating, 1. 2; "Mis- 
sissippian" Staff, 2. 3; Annual Staff, 2. 3; Editor "Vox" 
8; President Sophomor V. W. C. A.: Vice-President 
Freshman v. W. C. A.: Secretary Senior v. w. C. A., 3: 
Treasurer Latin Club, 2, 3; Secretary Legislative Council 
W. S. G. C, 3. 

\V.vi. M. Alexander, 2 X Como, Miss. 

Business School 

Gaines Augustus, a * Pontotoc, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
"Mississippian" staff: Sophomore-Junior "Y" Cabinet. 

Hlch M. BADDLEY, II K A . . . Water Valley, Miss. 
Law 

Case Not. Editor of "Law Journal." 

Ei. mo Keves Ballard, Jr., - A E . . . Chicago, 111. 
Liberal Arts 
Boxing Team. 

McNeil Bartling, Jr., K 2 . . . . Itta Bena, Miss. 

Business School 
Poo t ball, 1, 2. 3: Baseball, :' ; President of Freshman 

; ass Interfraternity > um-il \ Cabinet 1 '/, ! M 
Club. 

Helen Oliver Battaile, <I> V. .... Jackson, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

J. B. Bell, Jr., A *, <I> E 2, 26 H , Greenville, Miss. 

Engineering 
Blue Key; Cardinal Club; "M" Club; American Societj 
Civil Engineers: "V" Cabinet, '32-'33-'34; Engineering 
riuli; Band, '33; scholarship Committee, '33, "■'■ i : Vice- 
President En-in ering Class; [nterfraternity Dance Con- 
duct Committee, 3, l: Track, '33; Freshman Track; Ath- 
Editor "M" Book, '33; Assistant Athletic Editor 
'35 "Ole Miss." 

Edna Ruth Bennett .... Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Glee Cluh. 

I. D. Bensov, 2 X Anguilra, Miss 

Law 
Treasurer Junior ''lass Business School, '33-'34; Treasurer 
Freshman Law Class, '33-'34; "V" Cabinet; M. O. A. K. S. 

G. H. Bergold, 2 <I> E Osyka, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

JAMES BlEDENHARN, 2 X Vicksburg, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
"T" Cabinet, 1, 2. 8; "M" B >ok Staff, 2; Latin Club, 1, 2. 

GEORGE Phelan Blundeli Vazoo City, Miss 

Liberal Arts 
Cardinal Club; Band. !. 2, 3; Treasurer Sophomore Class 

Charles R. Brady, Jr, II K A . . . Learned, Miss. 
Business School 

Margaret Brevard, * M Dundee, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

David Brewer, 2 X Greenwood, Miss. 

Business School 

Cardinal Club; Vice-President Junior Business School: 

"Y" Cabin t. l. 2. Vice-President, 1. 

Hi Gathright Bryant Oxford, Miss. 

Business School 

(i. M. Buchanan, III, 2 A E . Holly Springs, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

"V" Cabinet; Golf; Hermean. 



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Geo. Buffaloe, * A O Oxford, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Glee Club, '34-'35; Glee Club Quartet; "Y" Cabinet. 

Gene Bullock, XO Columbia, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Louis H. Burgh ard, A K E Clinton, Miss. 

Pharmacy 

Jack Burnett, B 6 IT Meridian, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Gertrude Burt, * M Gunnison, Miss. 

Business School 

Arthur G. Busby, IT K <I> . . . Waynesboro, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Paul H. Busby, B 9 IT Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Thos. E. CALDWELL, <I> K ty, AAA. Meridian, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

"Mississippian" Staff; Hermean Literary Society; Play 
Production. 

Colin Campbell, 2 A E . . . . Yazoo City, Miss. 

Business School 

Hermean; Sophomore-Junior "Y" Cabinet: Freshman 

Football. 

Mary Alice Campbell, K A Denver, Col. 

Liberal Arts 
Glee Club; Colorado Woman's College. 1. 2. 

Martha Carnathan, <I> M Lula, Miss. 

Education 

Glee Club; Legislative Council. 2; Women's Student Gov- 
ernment Council Treasurer. 3; Annual Staff. 3; Y. W. C. 
A., 1, 2. 3. 

O. L. Casey, IT K * Laurel, Miss. 

Laic- 

William P. Cassedy, B 9 IT . . . Brookhaven, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Arthur Miller Clark, AT!!, . . Ruleville, Miss. 
Business School 

James A. Clark, A T 9. Ruleville, Miss. 

Medicine 

Medical Club. 

Janice Colquitt, * M Beulah, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
President Freshman Y. \v. Cabinet; "Y" President Soph- 
omore Cabinet; Latin Club, 1. 2, 3; Legislative Council 
of W. S. G., 2, 3; "Mississippian" Staff, 1. 

Milton Cook, 2 A E Oxford, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Virgil G. Cook, 2 A E Oxford, Miss. 

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Wm. Thomas Crawford, K 2 . . . Mathiston, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Walter W. Crawford Tylertown, Mi^s. 

Liberal Arts 

Ed. Cummings, K S Brownston, Ind. 

Liberal Arts 

Robert H. Davis, 2 A E Okolona, Miss. 

Engineering 

Douglas Dean, 2 N Cascillia, Miss. 

Business School 

Ckas. G. Deaton, Jr., 4 K E . . . Batesville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Secretary-Treasurer Interfraternity Council. 

Ramelle Eason, * M Hernando, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
p. i. x. 

L. A. Eaton, 2 * E Sumrall, Miss. 

Pharmacy 

W. S. Embree, Jr., 2 X Como, Miss. 

Business School 
"Y" Cabinet; Varsity Baseball; "M" Club. 

Bert Stevenson Ervin, 2 X . . . Crawford, Miss. 
Business School 

Charles Fair, $ A 9 Louisville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

D. L. Fair, * A 9 Louisville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Sue Falkner, * M Oxford, Miss. 

Business School 

Edward Mayes FedRIC, 2 N . . . Charleston, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

William Fedric, 2 X Charleston, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Boxing Manager. "32; Y. M. C. A. 

Fred Ff.lder, 2 * E Summit, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Lawrence Ff.i.dman, <1> E FI . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Liberal Arts 

Photographic Editor of Annual. ':i. r >. 

Margaret Finley, AAA, E 2 <I> . Holly Springs, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Belhaven, l; Latin Club; Glee Club, 2; Junior "T" Cab- 
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James S. Fisackerly, 2 A E, * X . . . Blaine, Miss. 
Medicine 

Band; Medical Club; Senior "X" Cabinet; Music Club. 

Jul ia Fitzgerald, X <} Clarksdale, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Hollins College. 1. 

O. K. Gee, Jr., 2 X Carrollton, Miss. 

Business School 

Alex Gilliam, Jr., 2 A E . . . . Clarksdale, Mi--. 
Liberal Arts 

Southw stern. 1, 2. 

Bryn Goss, Jr., Z * E Columbia, Mis-. 

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J. F. Hall, Jr., 2AE, *H2, nKH. Tupelo, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Art Editor "Ole Miss.'" '35. 

M. M. Hambrick, K 2, 2 9 n . . Brooksville, Mi<-. 
Education 

Annie Laurie Harcis, <t> M Oxford, Mi-> 

Liberal Arts 
Girls' Glee Club: Second Vice-President B. S. U. Council. 

Matt Harper, Jr., <r K ^ McComh, Miss. 

Lati' 

Cardinal Club, - 32-'33: Glee Club. 1. '2; Intel fraternity 

Dance Committee. '34-"36; Junior B.A. President. '33-'34; 

Hermean. 1. 2; Freshman Oratorical Medal. '31-'32. 

Marvin F. Hartsfield, ATA. . . . Oxtcrd, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

a. s. c, e. 

T. L. Harvey, * K ^ Mathiston, Miss. 

Medicine 

Paul M. Haynes Belmont, Miss 

Liberal Arts 

Margaret Henderson', K A . . . Lumberton, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Blondv S. Henry, II K * Darling, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Phi Sigma; Int rfraternity Council. 

Louise Horne, XL' Winona, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
"Mississippian," 2. 3. 

John Edd Hunter, Jr., FT K <l> . . . Lucedale, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

James Fentmore Jackson, K 2 . . . Rosedale, Mi-s. 

Blondie Alden Jaggers Pontotoc, Mis-. 

Liberal Arts 
Specia< Representative; Annual Staff. 




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Viola James, XO Gulf port, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

John Andrew Johnson, B0II. . . Leland, Miss. 

Business School 

Phi Sigma Literary Society; Junior "Y" Cabinet. 

Walter Robert Jones, K 2 . . . . Belzoni, Miss. 

Business School 

Junior Baseball Manager; President Hermean Literary 

Society; Sophomore "Y" Cabinet. 

E. D. Kemp, Jr., K 2, * H 2, 2 6 n . Sanatorium, Miss. 

Business School 

Cardinal Club; Vice-President Phi Eta Sigma; "Y" Cab- 
inet, 1. 2, 3; Vice-President Sophomore "Y" Cabinet; 
Vice-President Junior "Y" Cabinet; Secretary-Treasurer 
Sigma Theta Pi; Vice-President Sigma Theta Pi; Presi- 
dent Junior Class; Vice-President Engineering Club, 3; 
"Mississippian" Staff; Hermean; B. S. U. Council. 

Marjorie King, K A Mt. Pleasant, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Adele Lancston, AAA Blytheville, Ark. 

Business School 

Anne Lightcap, AAA Yazoo City, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 



Toxey H. McBrvde, 2 <i> E . . 
Pharmacy 

Ellen McCormick, XV.... 
Liberal Arts 
Cheer Leader 



. . Sumrall, Miss. 
. Wavnesboro, Miss. 



Joe A. McFarland, 2 N . . . . Bay Springs, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

L. Deane McGehee, Z T A . . . . Meadville, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Mary Lillian McGinnis, * M, II 2 * . Sardis, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Vice-President M. S. G. C, 3; Latin Club. 1, 2. 3; Y. W. 

C. A. Cabinet. 1, 2, 3; Ch erleade'r, 1; Freshman Stunt 

Night Committee, :'. • Pan-Hellenic Council, 3; President 

Latin Club. 3. 

Lenoir McGowen, X Q Rosedale, Miss. 

Business School 

M. S. C. W., 1, 2. 

Willard L. McIlwain, B 6 II . . Batesville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Annual Staff. 2; "Mississippian," 1, 2. 



Lee Davidson McLean, <I> A . 
Liberal Arts 



Blaine, Miss. 



Hand. '33-"34; '34-'35; Glee Club, "IS-'St; '34-'35; "T" 
i la binet. 

DlLLARD McMULLAN, A T <2 Lake, Miss. 

Business School 

Margaret MacNicol, K A . . . . Memphis, Tenn. 
Liberal Arts 

Margaret Martin McComb, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 



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Frank C. Massengill, - A E . . Brookhaven, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

C. L. Maxwell, 2 A E Pickens, Miss. 

Business School 

Mississippi State, 1. 2. 

Polly Meacham, A .a A Senatobia, Miss. 

Education 
M. s. c. W., l. 2. 

Thomas Y. Minniece, K A . . . . Meridian, Miss. 

Law 

Business Manager "Law Journal.'' 

Robert D. Morton, 2 X, * X . . Brookhaven, Miss. 
Medicine 

Vivian Elaine Moss Ackerman, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Fire Marshal of Ricks Hall. 

Mary Jane Nail, X 9. Horn Lake, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Robert Nance, <!> A 9 Clarksdale, Miss. 

Business School 

"Y" Cabinet; Hermean Literary Society; Senior Track 
Manager. 

Charles Robert Neblett, 2 X . Morgan City, Miss. 

George R. Neblett, 6 K X Pickens, Miss. 

Robert S. Newton, K 2 Wiggins, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Francis Nolan, AAA Canton, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Secretary Freshman Class; Secretary Junior Class. 

Sara Nunn, K A Blytheville, Ark. 

Liberal Arts 

Kemp Pace, <i> K >I' Pace, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Joan Perkins, AAA Senatobia, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
M. S. C. W., 1, 2: "Mississippian" Staff. 

M. M. Powell, K A Coldwater, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

V. Walser Prospere, AT!!. . . Washington, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Bob Ray, 2AE Canton, Miss. 

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Hugh L. Reid, K 2 Yazoo City, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Georgia Robertson, 4> M Corinth, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Louis M. Rockett, 2 A E, 2 6 II . Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Engineering 
Engineering Club; A. S. C. E. ; Treasurer Junior Class; 

"Y" Cabinet. 

Thomas Royce, A T Q Isola, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Albert Richard Russell, * A O . . . Oxford, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

"Mississippian," 1, 2. Assistant Editor, 3; Debating 
Team; Debating Council; Herman; Y. M. C. A.. 1, 2, 3. 

Mary Russell, K A Carthage, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Herman W. Sanders Sallis, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Jane Saunders, X 9. Jackson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Nettie Schmidt, AAA Shaw, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Frances Scruggs, XV. Greenwood, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Heloise Segura, X fi Jackson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Newcomb, l. 

Frances Rogers Sheffield Fulton, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Robert Carlton Shelby, 2 A E . Clarksdalc, Miss. 
Business School 

Decorating Chaiman of Gym Dances; Vice-President of 
Preshman Class; Vice-President Sophomore "Y" Cabinet. 

Melvin L. Shirley, 2 <l> E . . . . Baldwyn, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Emma Katherine Smith, K A . . . Ellisville, Miss. 
Liberal Ails 

Roberta Smith, AAA Cleveland, Mis-. 

Liberal Ails 

Virginia Smith, K A Gulfport, Mis. 

Liberal Iris 
Gulf Park College, l. -. 

Keith SomeRVILLE, II R <I> . . . . Cleveland, Miss. 
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James Luther Spencer, * A 8 . N. Carrollton, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Secretary Phi Sigma; Baseball Manag r; Y. M. C. A. 

Wm. J. Staggers, Jr., A K E . . West Point, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

C. C. Stephenson, Jr., A K E . Holly Springs, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Ethelwyn Stevens Jackson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

J. R. Stevens, Jr., K 2 Mathiston, Miss. 

Business School 

H. S. Stewart, 2 X Popularville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

William A. Stigi.er Inverness, Miss. 

Laic 

Treasurer Freshman Junior Class; "Law Journal" Staff; 

Vice-President B. S. U. ; "Y" Cabinet. 

Harold A. Thompson, K A Summit, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Courtenav Tindall, X f! Indianola, Miss. 

Lib.ral Arts 

Evelyn Todd, AAA Cleveland, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Virginia Toomer, XV. Tupelo, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

M. S. C. W.. 1. 2. 

Sue Trotter, X f> Columbus, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Elsie M. Truly, X 9. Fayette, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Mose Wander, AM Charleston, Miss. 

La<w 

"M'' Club; Manager Football; Manager Track; Executive 
Council; Honor Council; Treasurer \\ M. C. A.: Board of 
Directors Y". M. C. A.; Treasurer "M" Club; Vice-Pr si- 
dent Sophomore-Junior "Y"' Cabinet; Dance Committe \ 
1, 2, 3, 4. 5; Assistant Editor "M" Book; Treasurer Soph- 
omore Class. 

W. B. W ATKINS, Jr., 2 A E . . . Aberdeen, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

F. W. Watts, 2 * E Bogalusa, La. 

Liberal Arts 

Mary Elizabeth Weens, K A . . Tylertown, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Frances West, K A Shaw, Miss. 

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James Westerfield, 2 X Columbus, Miss. 

Mi Jicine 

Jane Whitehead West Point. Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Thomas Howard Wiggins, - <i> E . . Merigold, Miss. 
Business School 

If. O. A. K. S. 

Lou Wilkins, X H Clark^dale, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Annie Williams, * M Raymond, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

B. Frank Williams, 1 A E . . . . Gulfport, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Boxing Team; Golf: Gym Team: Y. M C. A.; Htrmean. 

T. H. Wilrov, 4> II <t> Hernando, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
North West Mississippi Junior College. 1. 

Evelyn S. Winn, X '..' Laurel, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Tom Wood, I A E Woodville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

George F. Woodi.iff, 2 A £ . . . . Jackson, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Cardinal Club; "Mississippian" Staff: Hcnnean; "Y" Cab- 
inet: Treasurer Sophomore ('lass. 

Wei is W.\\ nic Woody, Jr., K -, * A * . Tchula, Miss 
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Nancy Elizabeth Abbay, X fi . . . Tunica, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

John R. Abbott, * A 9 West Point, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Vice-President Sophomore "Y" Cabinet; Vice-President 
Phi Sigma Literary Society; "Mississippian" Staff; Base- 
ball Manager. 

Geo. L. Adams, * A 9, H 2 *, * H 2 . Natchez, Miss. 

Lain 
Joint Sports Editor of "Mississippian"; Tennis, 1; Presi- 
dent of Junior "T" Cabinet. 

Lorenzo H. Adams, K 2 Ripley, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Wm. H. Allen, * A 9 Iuka, Miss. 

Engineering 

John N. Anderson, 2 A E . . Holly Springs, Mi s. 
Business School 

Charles C. Andrews Grenada, Miss. 

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Gwendolyn Ashford, AAA. . . Pocahontas, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

James Ashford, K A Pocahontas, Miss. 

Business School 

Robert H. Atkinson, * A 9 . . Water Valley, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

H rmi an Literary Society. 

Malcolm Baxter, n K A . . . . Hernando, Miss. 

Business School 

Cardinal Club. 

John F. Bethea, K 2 Laurel, Miss. 

Busniess School 

Fred Walker Bishop, B 9 IT . . . Pascagoula, Miss. 
Engineering 

"Mississippian" Staff. 1. 2. 

Virginia Boone Charleston, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Richard Boyd Booth, 2 A E . . . Aberdeen, Miss. 
Laiu 

Debating Team; Treasurer Sophomore-Junior "T" Cab- 
inet; Vice-President Hermean. 

Laura Bradford, A A A, * M . . . . Webb, Mi^v. 
Liberal Arts 

William A. Bratton, <J> K * . . . Pontotoc, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Alexander Breyer, K A Meridian, Miss. 

Business School 

Football. 

Norman C. Brewer, 2 X ... . Greenwood, Miss. 

Lain 

William Brinson, 2 X Columbia, Miss. 

Business School 

Dorothy Broadfoot, X <> Jackson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Millsaps, 1, 2. 

Jim Bright Buchanan, 2 A E . Holly Springs, Miss. 

Business School 

l [ermean. 

Marion Louis Butler, K 2 . . . . Natchez, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

S. Robert Cain, Jr., A ^ Canton, Miss. 

Law 
Sophomore-Junior "Y" cabinet; Cheer Leader. 

William S. Cain, AM' Canton, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

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Liberal Arts 
Claude T. Coffman, 2 * E . . . . Merigold, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

James Plemon Coleman Weir, Miss. 

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President B.A. Class, 2; President Hermean Literary So- 
ciety, 3; Vice-President Hermean, 2; Debating Team; De- 
bating Council, 2; International Relations Club; Publica- 
tions Council, 3. 

Daniel Roy Collins, Jr., 2 A E . . . Tupelo, Miss. 

Business School 

Elizabeth F. Conlev, AAA. . . Memphis, Tenn. 

Education 

Homer Corley, K 2 Clarksdale, Miss. 

Business School 

Gwtnn S. Cost, A K E Coffeeville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Band. 

Carl Crisler, 2 A E Aberdeen, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Hermean Literary Society; Y. M. C. A.; Gym Team. 

Kenneth M. Crosby, A K E . . . West Point, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
R. D. Crow, A ^ Grenada, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Cardinal Club; Phi Sigma Literary Society; "T" Cabinet; 

Baseball Manager, 1. 

Jim K. Cunningham, 2 X . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. 

Business School 

"Y" Cabinet; Freshman Football. 

Elizabeth Dabbs Shannon, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Meriam Dalsheimer, K A . . . . Hattiesburg. Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Seymour Dalsheimer, 2 N . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Band; Baseball Manager, 1, 2. 

Watt H. Daniel, 2 A E Tupelo, Miss. 

Business School 
Cardinal Club. 

Howard Quitman Davis, A T fi . . Indianola, Miss. 
Laiv 

Dance Committee, 4; Executive Dance Committee. 

E. E. Dematatis, 4> II * . . . . Washington, D. C. 
Laiv 

Charles W. Denton, K 2 Marks, Miss. 

Business School 

Jack C. Dinkins, 2 A E Canton, Miss. 

Business School 

Y. M. c. A. 

Joseph William Duckworth, K 2 . Boonville, Miss. 

Pharmacy 

President Sophomore Pharmacy class; Pharmacy Cub; 

Band. 

Howard Wayne Ferrell, * II <I> . . Pontotoc, Miss. 
Business School 

John R. Ferrii.l, K A Meridian, Miss. 

Business School 
Abbott L. Ferriss, 2 A E, * II 2 . Jonestown, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

President Freshman Class. '33-'34; Basketball Manager, 

•33--S4. 

Alvin E. Fink, Z I? T Clarksdale, Miss. 

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Dane' Committee. 

James D. Frith, Jr., <I> A O . . . . McComb, Miss. 
Pharmacy 

Treasurer Sophomore Pharmacy Class; Pharmacy Club. 

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Frances Furr, * M Robinsonville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Chairman Sophomore Y. W. C. A. 

R. C. Gardner, * A 9 Greenwood, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Mary Evelyn Garrett, X 9. . . . . Oxford, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Secretary of Sophomore Class. 

Billy Gates, K A Jackson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Ed W. Gatlin, * A B McComb, Miss. 

Business School 
"Mississippian" Staff. 

Minnie Hart Gillespie, AAA. Morgan City, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

"Y" Cabinet. 

Louise Gillespie, AAA. . . Morgan City, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Lillian Glenn, X 9 Oxford, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Paul M. Goldfarb, A M, $ H 2 . . Vicksburg, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Vice-President Phi Eta Sigma. 

Edwin S. Grantham, A K E . . . West Point, Miss. 

Librral Arts 

R. Gordon Grantham, K A Terry, Miss. 

Lais; 

B.A.. Millsaps. 

Charles Emerson Hall, 2 A E . . Hernando, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Kirbv Harrell, * A B McComb, Miss. 

Lais; 
"Mississippian" Staff, 1, 2. 3; Sports Editor "Mississip- 
pian," 3; "Y" Cabinet. 1. 2, 3. 

Lucy Lorr Hathorn, AAA. . . . Oxford, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Tili.is J. Hill, r * E Laurel, Miss. 

Lain 

Egbert Hines, * K * Cruger, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Frank C. Hollomav, 2 A E . . . Ruleville, Miss. 
Lais; 

F. Clarke Holmes, Jr., 2 A E . . Hernando, Miss. 

Lib.ral Arts 
Hermian Literary Society; Freshman Has,. ball; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore "Y" Cabinet. 

Kattie Bell Holmes, AAA. . . Yazoo City, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Musie Club. 

Orval N. Hooker, ARE. . . Rolling Fork, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Freshman Track. 

Louise Howard, X £2, AAA. . . Meridian, Miss. 

Business School 

Legislative Council; Sophomore "Y" Cabinet; Honor 

Committee; Treasurer Sophomore-Junior "Y" Cabinet. 

W. E. Irvine, II K A Leland, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Elizabeth Jett Dockery, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Louise Johnson, AAA West Point, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Glee Club. 

Bill Jolly, <1> II <I> Carthage, Miss. 

Lais; 
Transfer from East Centra] Junior College. 

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Thomas M. Keesee, K A Lula, Miss. 

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Margaret Kirk, X 9. Greenville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Paul Ki.otz, * K ^ McComb, Miss. 

Business School 

Hazel Lackey, 2 <I> E Forest, Miss. 

Business School 

Mvri Larrieu, K A Woodville, Miss. 

Liberal .-Iris 
Charles Lawrence, 2 A E . . . . Meridian, Mis-. 

Liberal Arts 
George Liddeli Rockford, 111. 

Liberal Arts 
Nettie Helen Litton, K A . . . . Cleveland, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Glee Club. 

Thomas Shirley Livingston", K 2 . . Tunica, Miss. 

Pharmacy 

Secretary Sophomore Pharmacy Class: Pharmacy flub; 

Her mean Literary Society; "Y" Cabinet. 

Robert Lomax, A M' Greenwood, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Genevieve McBee, Xf! Greenwood, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Becky McCormick, .a A A Laurel, Miss. 

Business School 
Rose Mary McCoy, AAA Laurel, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Glee Club. 

Edward McDonnell, 2 A E . . . . Jackson, Miss. 

Business School 

"Mississippian" Staff; Hermean; "Y" Cabinet. 

Ann Lucretia McDowell, AAA. . Oxford, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

\V. T. McGehee, 4> A 9 Greenville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Basketball Manager. 1. 2- Y. M. C. A.. 1, 2. 

Julius C. McIlwain, B 9 IT . . . Pascagoula, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 
Cardinal Club. 

Sam D. McIlwain, Ben. . . . Batesville, Miss. 

Law 
M. O. a. K. S. ; Interfraternity Council; Business Man- 
ager "Ole Miss." '38; [nterfraternity Dance Committ e, 
•33. 

Doris McLain, K A Gloster, Miss. 

Business School 
Chester A. McLarty, 4> A 9, <I> H 2 . Oxford, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Band; "Mississippian" Staff: Y. M. C A.: Tono Lindo 

Orchestra; Secretary of Phi Eta Sigma; Annual Staff; 

Honor Roll. 

Albert Haley McLaurine, 2 A E . McComb, Miss. 
Engineering 

Y. M. C. A.; "Mississippian," 1, 2: President of Sopho- 
more Engineering Class; Engineering Club, 1. 2; A. S. 
C. E. 

George Hite McLean, <l> A 9 . . . . Blaine, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Glee Club. 

Marion S. McLei.i.an, B 9 II, <l> II 2 . Summer, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Band. 

John Madre, <I> KM' Ruleville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Football; Baseball; Basketball. 

Edward H. Magruder, A ty . . . Vicksburg, Miss. 
Laiv 

Mississippi College, 1. 2, 3. 

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George H. Martin, A K E . . . . Anguilla, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Phi Sigma, 1, 2- Vice-President Sophomore B.A. School; 

Cardinal Club, '34-'35; Freshman "Y" Cabinet; Executive 

Committee of Freshman "Y"; Sophomore-Junior "Y" 

Cabinet; Student Honor Committee. 

Jack R. Matthews, 2 N Nugent, Miss. 

Engineering 

A. S. C. E.; "Mississippian," 1, 2; Y. M. C. A., 1, 2; Sec- 

retary Class. 

W. P. Mitchell, n K A Guntown, Miss. 

La<w 

Cardinal Club; "Mississippian" Staff, 1, 2; "Y" Cabinet. 
1, 2. 3. 

Joe Syd Mize, 4> K ^ Oxford, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Cheer Leader; Cardinal Club. 

Marcarete Mosby, AAA Canton, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Tom Murphee, 2 A E Jackson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Charles G. Nichols, Jr., <t> A 6 . . Swiftown, Miss. 

Business School 

Sophomore "Y" Cabinet; Hermean. 

Eucene H. Neill, IT K A . . . N. Carrollton, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

James C. Neill, IT K A . . . N. Carrollton, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Robert H. Neill, II K A . . . N. Carrollton, Miss. 

Laiv 

D. G. Neilson, Jr., A K E Oxford, Miss. 

Business School 

Ben H. Nelson, A ■>I' Tunica, Miss. 

Business School 

E. Randolph Norle, K 2 Fayette, Miss. 

Business School 

John Noblin, ATA Jackson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Tennis Team. 

Milton Crockett Marsh, K 2 . . . Belzoni, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Hermean Literary Society. 

B. F. Parker, 2 * E Foxworth, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Marshall Perry Ackerman, Miss. 

Laiv 

Katherine Macruder Pitchford . . . Canton, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Charles A. Pollard, A T 9. . . . Greenwood, Miss. 
Laiv 

J. W. Price, 2 A E Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Hermean Literary Society; Debating; Decoration Cora- 

mittee for Gym Dance; University Play rs. 

Kenneth Ashton Price, <1> A B . . . McComb, Miss. 

Liberal Iris 

Cardinal Club; Treasurer Sophomore **Y" Cabinet. 

M. Elisabeth Purser, X <> Oxford, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Pail Qi inn, K 2 Water Valley, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

G. P. Rape, U O II Moss Point, Miss. 

Engineering 
Engineering Club. 

Allen Rati. iff Columbia, Miss. 

Business School 

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Liberal Arts 

John Poindexter Ricks, Jr., AM'.. Jackson, Miss. 
Business School 

Fred Rogers, K A Porterville, Miss. 

Business School 

James H. Rose, II K * West Helena, Ark. 

Liberal Arts 
President Sophomore B.A. Class; Dance Decorating Com- 
mittee; Annual Staff; Sophomore Track Manager. 

James L. Royals, 2 A E Meridian, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Lindsey W. Russell, 4> K * Laurel, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Glee Club. 1, 2; Intel fraternity Council; Gym Dance 
Committee; Hermean, 1. 2. 

Harry L. Salmon Jonestown, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Havis H. Sartor, $ n * Pachuta, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

C. J. M. Seay, 2 A E Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Lain 

Charles S. Secrest, 2 A E . . . Port Gibson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Inez Seward, X Q . .... Philadelphia, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Luther S. Sexton, $K + , . . . Hazlehurst, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Zelda Siegel Sunflower, Miss. 

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Jack Simmions ... .... Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Jessie Smith, X £! Indianola, Miss. 

, Liberal Arts 

J. A. Smith, A ^ Indianola, Miss. 

Business School 

R. B. Smith, K 2 Ripley, Miss. 

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William Gilbert Sours, K A . . . Jackson, Miss. 
Law 

Dellie Speed, AAA Meridian, Miss. 

Business School 
Secretary of Class; Sophomore-Junior "Y" Cabinet. 

Paul E. Sprichts, 2 N Monticello, Miss. 

Business School 

Billy Dan Statham, 2 N . . . . Fernwood, Miss. 
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Geroldine Stewart, K A . . . . Poplarville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Addine Stone Fulton, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
y. w. c. A. 

Archibald Y. Siurdivant, Jr., 2 X . Glendora, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

Robert Swittenberg, * A 9 . . . Lexington, Miss. 
Business School 

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Guy B. Taylor, Jr., $ K * . . . . Oxford, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Band. 

William Thames, 2 A E Jackson, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Rowan T. Thomas, <I> A 9 Boyle, Miss. 

Laiv 

Hermean Literary Society: Reportorial Staff "Mississip- 

pian"; Sophomore-Junior "Y" Cabinet. 

Frances Thompson, * M . . . Olive Branch, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Margaret Treppendahl, AAA. . Woodville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Legislative Council of Woman's Student Government. 

Charles Walker, 2 N Monticello, Miss. 

Business School 

Hewitt W. Wallace, ATA. . . . Biloxi, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

John Edward Ward, II K $ . . . . Darling, Miss. 
Pharmacy 

Cardinal flub; Interfraternity Council; Vice-President 
Sophomore Pharmacy Class. 

Clyde Ater Watkins, K A . . . . Aberdeen, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Pophomo! e- Junior "Y" Cabinet; Cardinal Club. 

Fisher Watkins, X Q Minter City, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Robert Watkins, 2 A E Aberdeen, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Elizabeth Watson, XQ Greenville, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

George Watson, K 2 Pelahatchie, Miss. 

Business Sc/iool 
Cardinal Club. 

Joe West, * A B Clarksdale, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Charles W. Westerfield, 2 N . . Columbia, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Cardinal Club; Secretary Sophomore-Junior "T" Cabinet. 

Ei.oise Wilkins, X Q Grenada, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Mary Le Moyne Wilkinson, $ M . . Shelby, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Glee Club; Latin Club. 

Cauley Williams, * A . . . . Clarksdale, Miss. 
Business School 

Football, 1, 2; T. M. C. A.. 1, 2; Vice-President of Class; 
Annual Staff. 

John Witherspoon, B 9 II . . . . Meridian, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Bernard H. Wooim ard, Jr., A K E . Spring Hill, Tenn. 

Engineering 

John WoODBRlDGE, A v I' Tchula, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 
Phi Sigma; ■! . M. C. A. 

Middleton Lane Woottkn, Jr., A 'J> . Columbus, Miss. 
Liberal Arts 

M. E. YATES, X !> . Shelby, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

John SULLIVANT, 2 X Charleston, Miss. 

Liberal Arts 

Harper Johnson, Jr., A K K . . . Senatobia, Miss. 

Engineering 

Engineering Club; \. s. c. E. 

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Frank Hart Vice-President 

Margaret Gatlin Secretary 

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Jake L. Abraham, Jr. . Port Gibson, 
Johnston C. Adams, A K E . Corinth, 
D. B. Anderson, Jr., A * . Pontotoc, 
Ben Tomnes Bailey, ^Kf. Oakland, 
{Catherine Barnes .... Summit, 
M vrgaret Barnes .... Summit, 
Wm. Ellis Bearden, K ^ . Okolona, 
Jonathan P. Bubo, <I> II <I> . Picayune, 
Vasser Bishop, X S> . . . . Oxford, 
Wm. David Bradford, - X . Itta Bena, 
Oil n: I). Brame, A T Q . Canton, 

Will Rob Brooks Belzoni, 

('. Vernon Brown, K A . . Hickory, 
Gertrude Bush, x <> .... Oxford, 
Walton Ross Bush, i A E . Jonestown, 
Robert D. Carney, <I> A O . Meridian, 
John M. Carver, III, i) X . Craw turd, 
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Miss. Oscar Quinn Cline . . . Indianola, Miss. 

Miss. Lloyd A. Coleman, 2: X . Doddsvilie, Miss. 

Miss. AmoRette Coley, K A . . Memphis, Tenn. 

Miss. Martha L. Conner, K A . Mt. Pleasant, Miss. 

Miss. J. W. Cran, Jr., - N . Waynesboro, Miss. 

Miss. Joe Dabbs Shannon, Miss. 

Miss. A. F. DANTZLER, 2 A E . . . Biloxi, Miss. 

Miss. Carl Bartling, K 2 . . . Itta Bena, Miss. 

Miss. Cine II. Dent, A K E . . Lockhart, S. C 

Miss. Arthur Derrick, Jr., II K A . Goodman, Miss. 

Miss. Warren Dorsey, * II * . . Aberdeen, Miss. 

Miss. Wm. Rodger Dovvlen, B 9 n . Corinth, Mi^s. 

Miss. C. W. Duckworth, 2: X . Columbus, Miss. 

Miss. Robt. W. Dunn, i' A E . Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Miss. Nan Dyer, X Q . . . . Greenwood, Miss. 

Miss. Ben L. Evans, A K E . Holly Springs, Miss. 

Miss. Eugeni Love Fair, 'l» A 9. Louisville, Miss. 
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Sam Foose, Jr., <J> A G . . . Tchula, 
A. B. Furlow, Jr., 2 A E . Brookhaven, 
Martha H. Galbraith, X 9. . Corinth, 
Margaret L. Gatlin, AAA. Laurel, 
Rodney Putnam Gates, KA . Jackson, 
Clinton L. Gee, Jr., 2 X . Carrollton, 
Martha V. Graham, <!• 51 . Corinth, 
Gemrce W. Green .... Summer, 
II. H. GuNTER, Jr., 2 X . Columbus, 
Wm. Franklin Guyton, 2 X . Oxford, 
Veit Aull Hain, Jr., A <!' . . Lyon, 
Charles B. Hall .... Columbus, 
J. D. T. Hamilton, * A 9 . Meridian, 
Clyde A. Harbin, IT K $ . . Drew, 
James A. Harris, 2 X . . . Webb, 
Marjorie Harris, AAA. Baldwyn, 
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Miss. Frank E. Hart, * IT * . . Picayune, Miss. 

Miss. Rosa Heai.y, X 9. . . . . Natchez, Miss. 

Mi-s. Ei.ldie Heiss, * XI . . . . Meridian, Miss. 

Miss. Charles Herron, 2 A E . . Canton, Miss. 

Miss. Curtis Hines, <I> K * . . . Cruger, Miss. 

Miss. Homer L. Hooper, <I> A 9 . Philadelphia, Miss. 

Miss. Thomas G. Horne, K A . Meridian, Miss. 

Miss. James W. House, IT K * . . . Enid, Miss. 

Miss. Carroll S. Hudson, 2 X . Columbus, Mis<. 

Miss. Philips D. Hughes, K A . Meridian, Miss. 

Miss. R. John Ingram .... Hernando, Miss. 

Miss. P. H. IZARD, 2 A E . . Georgetown, Miss. 

Miss. A. D. Jackson, K A . . . . Oxford, Miss. 

Miss. H. G. Johnson, 2 A E . . Meridian, Miss. 

Miss. Lurline Johnson . . . Olive Branch, Miss. 

Mis.. Robert M. Jones, n K <I> . McComb, Miss. 

Miss. Margaret Joynf.r, X 9. . . Tupelo, Miss, 
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Margaret K.e\s, X 9. . . . Indianola, Miss. 
Claude Kiern Cruger, Miss. 

JOHN KUYKENDALL, K - . Charleston, Miss. 

Tom C. Lacey, A K E . Holly Springs, Miss. 
Alice A. LlGHTCAP, AAA. Yazoo City, Miss. 
John Wade Long, K - . . . Sallis, Mi-s. 
Helen Grace Llke, <1> M . . Union, Miss. 
Clarence W. McCord, B e II . Corinth, Miss 
K. W. McCormick, n K 'I' . Yazoo City, Miss. 
Ron i. H. McCormick, II K A . Hickory, Miss. 
Mildred McCoy, AAA. . Memphis, Tenn. 
Edward McDowell, K A . . Oxford, Miss, 
Clyde McGee, 2 X . . . . I. eland, Mi--, 
Madelyn McHenry, X V. . Greenville, Mi--. 
R. II. Magri di.k, 'I' A . Port Gibson, Miss. 
Dick II. Marchbanks . New Albany, Mi—. 
A. C. Rm me, $ K 



H. R. Montgomery, - A E Hermanville, 

Irby Moore, 2 X . . . . Oakland, 
Eddie M. Morgan, K 2 . Moorehead, 
Thurman F. Morrison, 2 X . Tupelo, 
\Y.\i. H. Mounger, Jr., <I> A B . Oxford, 

Jackson, 

Blytheville, 

. Brandon, 

. DeKalb, 

Clarksdale, 

. Jackson, 

. Rienzi, 

Magnolia, 

. Vicksburg, 

. Gulfport, 

. Biloxi, 

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W. P. Nance, <I> A O . . 
Virginia Nunn . . . 

Norris Overby, II K <!• . 
J. S. Overs i ree r, A K E . 
Kathryn Parch man, X '..' . 
Joe H. Penix, K A . . . 
Robert Ei el Perry, - X 
G. V. Petti v, Jr., K A . 
Harry F. Pierce, Jr., 2 A E 
Helen Poirier, <I> M . . 
Jim Pringle, 2 A E . . 
BREN I Ql inn, 2 X . . . 
I';i— Christian, Mi--. 



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Bill Robertson, K 2 . . 


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Robert W. Wall, * A 6 . . Boyle, 


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Miriam Lenore Wallace, X <"> . Biloxi, 


Miss. 


Kay Russell, X!!. . . . 


. Oxford 


Miss. 




J. W. W ATKINS, 2 X . . . Quitman, 


Miss. 


Claude H. Ski. by, A K E 


. Satartia, 


Miss. 




Carolyn Webb, X 9 . . . Webb, 


Miss. 


Andrew B. Schmitt, K 2 


. Shaw, 


Miss. 




James Webster, <I> A . . . Oxford, 


Miss. 


Clifford Sciiultz, * K A' . 


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Tenn. 




Edward D. Wells, 2 X . Vicksburg, 


Miss. 


OLiyA A. Shaw 


. Oxford, 


Miss. 




Robert Wm. Wheal, <I> K \k . Enid, 


Miss. 


Virginia Dare Sheffield . 


. Fulton, 


Miss. 




J. A. Wheless, - A E . Hattiesburg, 


Miss. 


John T. Sherman, <I> A Q 


Meridian, 


Miss. 




Wiley Cordell White, K A . Canton, 


Miss. 


Prescott A. Sherman, 2 N 


. McComb, 


Miss. 




Lucile Whitehead, * M . Clarksdale, 


Miss. 


Charles R. Smith, A T <> 


. Corinth, 


Miss. 




Neal D. Whitten, IT K A . Coldwater, 


Miss. 


Jack Smith, B 9 II . . 


Meridian, 


Miss. 




E. F. Whittington, Jr., A T 9 . . 




Teddy A. Smith, K 2 . . 


. Tchula, 


Miss. 




Clarksdale, 


Miss. 


ASHTON SUMMERVILLE, X !.» . 


Cleveland, 


Miss. 




Helen A. Wiggins, AAA. Indianola, 


Miss. 


Mary Speed, AAA. . . 


Meridian, 


Miss. 




Jennie Ooates Wilkie . . . Sardis, 


Miss. 


Stephens Stigler, 2 X . . 


Greenville, 


Miss. 




G. Gage Woodward, Jr., 2 X . Oxford, 


Miss. 


Travis Taylor, 2 A E . F 


riars Point, 


Miss. 




Emily Jane Wright, X 9. . Corinth, 


Miss. 


Tom B. Yancey, Jr. 


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Hei.ek Wagner 

President 

Ora E. Bookout 



Chi Omega 

Frances Holmes 
Secretary 

Frances Witty 



Phi Mu 

Mary E: Dalier 
Treasurer 

Mary McGinnis 



Kappa Delta 

Elizaeih McGehee 
Vice-President 

Margaret McNicol 




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CHI OMEGA 



Colors: Cardinal and Straw Founded /Soj 

Eighty-seven Active Chapters 

TAU CHAPTER 

Established iSqq 
SORORES IN URBE 



Mrs. David Neii.son 
Miss Irene Hou.oway 
Miss Mary R. Glenn 
Mrs. H. Glenn 
Miss Elma Meek 
Miss Mary V. Roland 
Mrs. Farquer 
Mrs. R. J. Farley 



Floiver: White Carnation 




Mrs. Anne Brown 
Mrs. A. L. Bonduram 
Mrs. Amy Johnson 
Mrs. W. L. Kennon 
Mrs. Ira L. Morgan 
Miss Gerald Eatman 
Mrs. E. L. Eatman 
Mrs. Frank Purser 



SORORES IN UnIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Mary Abbay . . . 

Courtney Davis Magnolia, Miss. 

Mary Alice Fatheree . . . Quitman, Miss. 

Lucille Fedric Glendora, Miss. 

Hays Gee Carrollton, Miss. 

Kathleen Hodges Okolona, Miss. 

Frances Holmes . . . . Hernando, Miss. 



. . Tunica, Miss. 

Jean Jackson Cleveland, Miss. 

Frances Maxweli Pickins, Miss. 

Margaret Trusty .... Grenada, Miss. 

Margaret Webb Wehb, Miss 

Frances Witty Winona, Miss. 

Sue Wright Corinth, Miss 



Juniors 

Julia Fitzgerald .... Clarksdale, Miss. Mary Jane Naii Horn Lake, Miss. 

Louise Howard Meridian, Miss. Jane Saunders Jackson, Miss. 

Louise Horne Winona, Miss. Jessie Smith Indianola, Miss. 



Nancy Abbay 

Mary Evelyn Garrett 
Lillian Glenn . . . . 



Sophomores 
Tunica, Miss. Genevieve McBee . 

Oxford, Miss. Ellen McCormick 

Oxford, Miss. Elizabeth Watson 



Erin GwiNN Greenwood, Miss. Ei.oise WlLKINS 

Pledge 

Helen Battaii.e Jackson, Miss. 

VASAR BlSHOP University, Miss. 

Gene Bullock Columbia, Miss. 

Gertrude Bush Oxford, Miss. 

Nan Dyer Greenwood, Miss. 

Martha H. GALBREATH . . . Corinth, Miss. 

Anne Hardie Monroe, La. 

Rosa Healy Natchez, Miss. 

Viola James Gulfport, Miss. 

Margarei Keys . . . 
Margaret Kirk . . 
Lenoir McGowan . . . 
Madeli n McHenry . 
Katherine Parchman 



. Greenwood, Miss. 

Waynesboro, Miss. 

. Greenville, Miss. 
. . Grenada, Miss. 



Indianola. Miss. 

Greeneville, Miss. 

Rosedale, Miss. 

. Greenville, Miss 

. Clarksdale, Miss. 



Mary Elizabeth Purser . . . Oxford, 

Catherine Russeli Oxford, 

Heloise Segura Jackson, 

Inez Seward Philadelphia, 

Ashton Somerville . . . Cleveland, 

Virginia Toomer Tupelo, 

Sue Trotter Columbus, 

Elsie Truly Fayette, 

Miriam Wallace Biloxi, 

Fisher Watkins .... Minter City, 

Caroi ine Webb Webb, 

Janet Whitehead . . West Point, 

I.m Wii kins Clarksdale, 

Jane Wricht Corinth, 



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Watson, E. Wilkins, Jackson, Fitzgerald, Saunders, Glenn, Howard. Max- 
well, Trusty, Garrett, J. Smith. McCormick, N. Abbay, Fatheree McBee, 
Home. M. Abbay, Hush. Battaile, Bullock, Dyer, Galbraith, McGowan, 
Hardi . Healy, James, Keys, Kirk, McHenry, Parchman, Purser, Russell. 
Joyner, Seward, Somerville, Toomer, Bishop, Truly. C. Webb, Segura, 
Watkins, L. Wilkins, Whitehead, Tatee, Trotter, Wallace, Wright. 



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Flowers: Rose and White Carnation 
Forty-nine Active Chapters 

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Established 1Q2J 



SORORES IN URBE 



Mrs. Carl Coers 
Mrs. Chuck Smallinc 



Mrs. Morse 

Miss Elise Fogg 



SORORES IX UxiVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Polly Coppage .... 
Mary Ellen Dalier . . 
Alice Vivian Desman . 



. Rosedale, Miss. 

. Gulfport, Miss. 

Greenwood, Miss. 



Dorothy Joor . . . 
Louise Pace .... 
Dorothy Thompson 



. . Oxford, Mi>~. 
Yazoo City, Miss. 
. Greenville, Miss. 



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Onita Aldridge . . . 
m a rth a c a r n a i 1 1 a n 
Janice Colquitt . . 



. Winona, Miss. 

. . Lula, Miss. 

. Rosedale, Miss. 



Sue Falkner Oxford, Miss. 

Mar\ McGiNNis Sardis, Mis-. 

Laura Bradford Webb, Miss. 



Le Roy Gale 



Soph'- mores 
Memphis, Tenn. Frances Fi rr 



Frances Fhompson 



Greenville, Mis-. 



Tunica, Miss. 



Pledges 
Margaret Brevard .... Dundee, Mis-. 
Gertrude Burt Shelby, Miss. Helen Poirfr Gulfport, Miss. 



Ramei.le Eason Hernando, Misv 

Annie Laura Hargis .... Oxford, Mi-s 

Elle D. Heiss Meridian, Miss 

Helen Luke Union City, Miss 



Georgia Robinson Corinth, Miss. 

Mary LeMoyne Wii.kerson Shelby, Miss. 

Anne Williams .... Raymond, Miss. 

Lucille Whitehead . . . Clarksdale, Miss. 



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Burt, Bradford, Colquitt, Brevard, Eason, Robertson, Furr, Faulkn.r, 

VVilkerson, F. Thompson, Gale, Luke, Graham, Poirier, Williams, Hargis. 

Whitehead, Heiss. 



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Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue 



Founded iSSS 
Eighty-one Active Chapters 



Flower: Pansy 



CHI CHAPTER 

Established igoj 
SORORES IN URBE 



Mrs. Cai.vin Brown 
Miss Edith Brown 
Mrs. David Carter 
Mrs. Wills Lewis 
Miss Sally Gumming 
Mrs. A. H. Little 
Miss Lynda Ramey 

SOROR IN FaCULTATE 
Mrs. Louise Duncan 



Seniors 

Kathryn Paris Allen . 
Charlotte Blackstone . Water Valley, Miss. 
Ora Elizabeth Bookout . Indianola, Miss. 
Hazel Rivers Harrison . . Jackson, Miss. 
Mona Gray McCarter . . Batesville, Miss. 
Mary Sue Morehead .... Laurel, Miss. 
Gertrude Garrard Neill El Dorado, Ark. 




Mrs. R. L. Sullivan 
Mrs. Baxter Elliot 
Mrs. B. S. Guyton 
Mrs. Jeff Ham 
Mrs. Branham Hume 
Mrs. J. A. Smallwood 

SORORES IN UnIVERSITATE 

Graduate 
Mary Neill . . Oxford, Miss. 



. Indianola, Miss. 

Janis Perkins Senatobia, Miss. 

Sue Pointer Taylor .... Como, Miss. 
Mildred Lucille Smith . Senatobia, Miss. 
Ruth Elanor Tucker . . Blvtheville, Ark. 

Elizabeth Wade Oxford, Miss. 

Helen C. Wacner . Water Valley, Miss. 



Adele Langston 
Ann Ligiitcap . . 



Juniors 

Marcaret E. Finley . Holly Springs, Miss. 

. Blvtheville, Ark Frances Elizabeth Nolan . . Canton, Miss. 
. Yazoo City, Miss. Roberta Smith Cleveland, Miss. 



Sophomores 

Florence Campbell .... Canton, Miss. 

Anna Lucrf.cia McDowell . Oxford, Miss. Margaret Treppendahl . Woodville, Miss. 

Anna Adele Speed . . . Meridian, Miss. Katie Bell Holmes . . Yazoo City, Miss. 



Pledges 



Gwendolyn Ashford . . Pocahontas, Miss. 
Elizabeth Conley . . . Memphis, Tenn. 

Mabel Dean Memphis, Tenn. 

Mary Alice Farris .... Canton, Miss. 

Margaret Gatlin Laurel, Miss. 

Louise Gillespie . . . Morgan City, Miss. 
Minnie Hart Gillespie Morgan City, Miss. 

Marjorie Harris Baldwyn, Miss. 

Lois Jonson West Point, Miss. 

Alice Lightcap .... Yazoo City, Miss. 



Becky McCormick .... Laurel, Miss. 

Mildred McCoy Moorhead, Miss. 

Polly Meacham Senatobia, Miss. 

Margarite Mosby Canton, Miss. 

Joan Perkins Senatobia, Miss. 

Nettie Schmitt Shaw, Miss. 

Mary Speed Meridian, Miss. 

Evelyn Todd Cleveland, Miss. 

Helen Wiggins Indianola, Miss. 

Rose Mary McCoy Laurel, Miss. 




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M. Smith. R. Smith, D. Speed. Treppendahl, Tucker, Wagner, Campbell, 

Holmes. Neill, Ashford, Conley. Fains. Gatlie. L. Gillespi , M. H. Gillespie. 

Harris. Johnson, A. Lightcap, McCormick, McCoy, Meacham, Mosby, J. 

Perkins, Schmitt, M. Speed. Todd, Wiggins, R. M. McCoy. 





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Colors: Green and White 



Floivrr: White Rose 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 

Established 1927 



SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Seniors 

May Stevens Cook .... Denver, Colo. Jessie Mae Crosby .... Norfield, Miss. 

Elizabeth McGehee . . . Woodville, Miss. 

Juniors 

Margaret MacNichol . . Memphis, Tenn. 
Ethelwyn Stevens .... Jackson, Miss. Elizabeth Welch .... Meridian, Miss. 

Sophomores 

Miriam Dalsheimer . . Hattiesburg, Miss. Nettie Helen Litton . . Cleveland, Miss. 
Doris McLain Gloster, Miss. 

Pledges 

Mary Alice Campbell . . . Denver, Colo. Virginia Nunn Blytheville, Ark. 

Lucy Conner .... Mt. Pleasant, Miss. Mary Russell Carthage, Miss. 

Amorette Coley .... Memphis, Tenn. Emma Katherine Smith . Ellisville, Miss. 

Margaret Henderson . . Lumberton, Miss. Virginia Smith Gulfport, Miss. 

Marjorie King .... Mt. Pleasant, Miss. Geraldine Stewart . . Poplarville, Miss. 

Myrl Larrieu Woodville, Miss. Mary Elizabeth Weemes . Tylertown, Miss. 

Sara Nunn Blytheville, Ark. Frances West Shaw, Miss. 




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Eighty Active Chapters 



Founded i 868 



Colors: Garnet and Gold 



GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER 

Established J927 



Jack Gordon 



P. E. Irbv, Jr. 



Fratres in L'rbe 
James R. Knight 



C. E. Slough 
James McCharen 



Fratre ix Facultate 

T. A. BlCKERSTAFF 



Fratres in Universitate 

Seniors 

J. E. Ai.dridge Winona, Miss. 

W. D. Davis Kilmichael, Miss. E. H. Mabry . . . 

W. R. Ei.i.is Lexington, Miss. W. H. Shoemaker 

H. G. Flowers Smithdale, Miss. F. L. Spight, Jr. . 

Juniors 

Hugh M. Baddlev . . Water Valley, Miss. 

S. Lvi.E Bates Gloster, Miss. H. A. Moore . . 

Huron Hutcherson .... Jackson, Miss. C. L. Neill . . . 

Colon McNease Sumrall, Miss. Ralph Sneed . . . 



Goodman, Miss. 
. Nesbitt, Miss. 
. Tupelo, Miss. 



McRae Adams . 
G. E. Dono\ an . 
C. R. Galloway 



Sophomores 

. Jackson, Miss. L. T. Kennedy . 

. Jackson, Miss. W. P. Mitchell 

Gulfport, Miss. J. C. Neill . . . 



. Hattiesbnrg, Mis->. 

. . . Ellisville, Miss. 

Lafayette Springs, Miss. 



. . . . Natchez, Miss. 

. . Guntoun, Miss. 

North Carrollton, Miss. 



S. 15. BlGHAM . . 
C. R. Brady . . . 
Robert Coe . . . 
A. A. Derrick . . 
O. L. Holmes . . 

W. K. Ill rCHERSON 
\V. I.. [RVINE . . . 

N. E. King . . . . 

R. II. MCCORMICK 

J. C. Mitchell . . 

E. II. Neill . . . 
R. II. Neill . . . 



Pledges 

M. D. Baxter Hernando, Mi^s. 

. . . Pontotoc, Miss. M. A. Ousi.ey Goodman, Miss. 

. . . Learned, Miss. J. L. Penny Pontotoc, Miss. 

. . . Lambert, Mis^. T. R. PRITCHARD Oxford, Miss. 

. . . Goodman, Miss. J. L. Rouse Gulfport, Miss. 

. . . . Lexie, Miss. F. P. Simmons Grenada, Miss. 

. . Jackson, Miss. T. H. Smith ... . . Poplarville, Miss. 

. . I. eland, Miss. J. E. Stone Newton, Miss. 

. . . . Durant, Miss. F. K. Tatum . . .... Tupelo, Miss. 

. . . Hickory, Miss. W. I.. UNDERWOOD Amory, Miss. 

. . Tylertown, Miss. A. S. Westbrook . . Jackson, Mi^, 

North Carrollton, Mi^s. N. I). Whitten Coldwater, Miss. 

North Carrollton, Miss. G. W. WINTER . . ... Houlks, Miss. 

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Colors: Black, White and Gold 



Founded 1869 
One Hundred Active Chapters 

EPSILON XI CHAPTER 

Established 1927 

Fratres in Universitate 



F lower: White Rose 



Ben M. Caldvvei.i. . 
Dudley Bridgforth 



O. K. Gee 



Seniors 

I. D. Benson, Jr Anguilla, Miss. 

. Charleston, Miss. R. Hugo Neucomb . 

Pleasant Hill, Miss. James Westerfield 



Juniors 
Carrollton, Miss. Douglas D. Dean 



John N. Sui livant 



Sophomores 
. Charleston, Miss. Charles Westerfield 



. Richton, Miss. 
Columbia, Miss. 



Charleston, Miss. 



Columbia, Miss. 



Raleigh Bailey .... Hattiesburg, 

J. W. Cran Waynesboro, 

Ed Cummings Brovvnston, 

Sevmore Delshimer . . . Hattiesburg, 

Bill Fedric Charleston, 

Ed M. Fedric Charleston, 

Lavelle Johnston Richton, 

J. A. McFarland . . . Bay Springs, 
Jack Matthew Gulfport, 



Pledges 

Miss. Irby Moore Oakland, Miss. 

Miss. Therm AN Morrison .... Tupelo, Miss. 

Miss. Robert Rogers Tupelo, Miss. 

Miss. Prescott Sherman .... McComb, Miss. 

Miss. Paul Speights Monticello, Miss. 

Miss. Billy D. Statham .... Fernwood, Miss. 

Miss. Scott Stewart Poplarville, Miss. 

Miss. Charles Walker .... Monticello, Miss. 

Miss. John W. Watkins .... Quitman, Miss. 



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Sherman, Statham, Speights, Walker, Moore, Fedric, Cuminongs, Fedric. 





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(tutors: Crimson and Gold 



Founded 1865 
Sixty-eight Active Chapters 



Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose 



ALPHA LPSILON CHAPTER 

Established iqoo 

Fratres in L rbe 

W. A. MOTHERSHED DR. F. M. PURSER 

Fratres in Facultate 
Dr. W. L. Kennon Dr. Elkin C. Wilson 



Fratres ix L'xiversitate 



Scni 



J. E. Alford, Jr. . 

Madison Butler Alligator, Miss. 

Moncure DABNEY . . Crystal Springs, Miss. 

James Eaton Gulfport, Miss. 

Charles Ferrill Meridian, Mi---. 

Hugh S. Hopkins Lula, Miss. 

Thomas M. Keesee Lula, Miss. 

Thomas S. McWhorter . . Meridian, Miss. 



. . McComb, Miss. 

Robert L. Pullen .... Aberdeen, Miss 
Stokes V. Robertson, Jr. . . Jackson, Miss. 
Charles L. Rounsaville . . . Tunica, Miss 

James Singley Meridian, Miss. 

J. W. Stronc Columbus, Miss. 

Vaughn Watkins Jackson, Misv. 

William W. Watkins . . Aberdeen, Mis-. 



Thomas Y. Minniece . 



Juniors 
. Meridian, Miss. Thomas Hopkins 



Lula, Miss. 



Eric 



Alex Breyer Meridian, Miss. 

Robert Crisler Flora, Miss. 

John Ferrill Meridian, Miss. 

Billy Gates Jackson, Mi ■*. 

Gordon Grantham Terry, Misv 



Sophomores 
Biedenharn .... Vicksburg, Miss. 



Fred Rogers Portersville, Miss. 

James Rogers Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Odell Sanders Walls, Miss. 

William G. Sours Jackson, Miss. 



Clyde A. Watkins . 



Aberdeen, Miss. 



Pledges 

James Ashtord Pocahontas, Miss, 

Vernon Brown Hickory, Miss. 

Rodney Gates Jackson, Miss. 

Thomas Horne Meridian, Miss. 

Philip Hughes Meridian, Miss. 

Dan Jackson Oxford, Mi—. 

Bill Kami mus Meridian, Miss. 



Edward McDowell .... Oxford, Miss. 

Joe Penix Jackson, Miss. 

CLAUDE PETTEY Magnolia, Miss. 

Minor Powei.i Coldwater, Miss. 

ll\Kiiii) Thompson Summit, Miss. 

CORDILL WHITE Canton, Miss. 

Tom Yancey Kingsport, Tenn. 



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Sours. Breyer, J. F rrill. Yancey, H. Gates. Pettey. Jackson. McDowell. 
Penix. White. Brown. Powell. Home. Thompson. Hughes. K animus, Ashford. 



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One Hundred and Eight Active Chapters 



DELTA XI CHAPTER 

Established 1926 

Fratres in Urbe 
Ira L. Morgan Baxter Elliott 

Fratres in Facultate 



Dr. A. L. Bondurant 
Dr. Charles S. Sydnor 



Dr. John C. Culley 
H. M. Morse 



Fratres in IJniversitate 

Graduate Student 
Collier Stewart .... Charleston, Miss. 



William A. Bacon . 
William H. Braden 
Lawrence P. Gwin 
Lovvry Ingram . . 



J. Herman 

. Durant 
. . Natchez 
. . Natchez 
. . Pickens 



McNeil Bartlinc 
Thomas Crawford 
Marion Hambrick . 
Peyton Irby . . . 
Walter R. Jones . 
Emmett D. Kemp . 
Hugh Nichols . . 



Sent 
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Juni 

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. . . Ripley, Miss. 

Wendel H. Kisner .... Natchez, Miss. 

Ellis H. Latimer Okolona, Miss. 

Archer Starnes .... Brooksville, Miss. 

David Walley Jackson, Miss. 



Hugh Reid Chicago, 111. 

Dan M. Russeli Gulfport, Miss. 

James R. Sams Meridian, Miss. 

Robert B. Smith Ripley, Miss. 

Joseph R. Stevens .... Mathestoii, Mi s. 

Douglas Vardaman .... Rosedale, Miss. 

Wells W. Woody Tchula, Miss. 



Marion Butler . . 
Homer D. Cori.f.y . 
Charles Denton . . 
Joseph Duckworth 



Vernon Aston .... 
Carl Bartling . . . 
William Bearden . . . 
John Betiiea .... 
James A. Cunningham 
Fenimore Jackson . . . 
John Kuykendai.i. . . . 
John Wade Long . . . 
Milton Marsh . . . . 



. Itta Bena, 

. Matheston, 

. Brooksville, 

. . Grenada, 

. Belzoni, 

. Sanatorium, 

. Lexington, 

Sophomores 

Lorenzo Adams Ripley, Miss. 

. . Natchez, Miss. T. Shirley Livingston . . . Tunica, Mirs. 

. Clarksdale, Miss. Randolph Noble Fayette, Miss. 

. . . Marks, Miss. Henery Pate Jackson, Miss. 

. Booneville, Miss. George Watson .... Pelahatch?e, Miss. 

Pledges 
Charles Andrews Grenada, Miss. 



Hattieslnirg, Miss. 
. Itta Bena, Miss. 

. Okolona, Miss. 

. . Laurel, Miss. 

. Booneville, Mi^s. 

. Rosedale, Miss. 
. Charleston, Miss. 

. . Sallis, Miss. 
. . Belzoni, Miss. 



Eddie Morgan Morehead, Miss. 

Robert Newton Wiggins, Miss. 

Charles Nelson .... Brownsville, L>xas 

DilliARD Irby Grenada, Miss. 

Paul Quin Water Valley, Miss. 

William Robertson .... Corinth, Miss. 

Andrew Sen mitt Shaw, Miss. 

Jack Sigi.er Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Theodore Smith Tchula, Miss. 



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worth, Ingram, Jones, Kemp, Latimer, Livingston, Hambrick. Denton. 
Noble, Reid, Stevens, Starnes, Sams, Smith. Walley, Watson. Vanderburg, 
Woody, Andrews. Bartling, Bethea, Jackson, Long, Marsh. Kuykendall, 
Cunningham, Newton, Quin, Smith, Sehmitt, Morgan, Robertson, Stewart. 



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Founded iSjq 
Eighty-eight Active Chapters 

BETA BETA CHAPTER 

Established 1897 

Frater in Urbe 
David H. Hughes 

Frater in Facultate 

Dr. Alfred Hume 



Flower: Pink Rose 



Fratres in Universitate 



Sent 



William P. Averili. 

Berry D. Brown Sidon, Miss. 

James B. McLure Oxford, Miss. 



. Branford, Conn. 
J. Richard McLure 
Fred Joe Vann . . 



. Oxford, Miss. 
Meridian, Miss. 



Jun 



tors 



Paul H. Busby 



. Hattiesburg, Miss. William P. Cassedy 
John A. Johnson Leland, Miss. 



Sophomores 



Jack Burnett . . . . 
Samuel D. McIlwain . . 



Meridian, Miss. 
Batesville, Miss. 



Marion S. McLei.lan 
John Witherspoon . . 



Brookhaven, Miss. 



. Sumner, Miss. 
Meridian, Miss. 



Pledges 



Fred W. Bishop . 

Benjamin Caver Meridian, Miss. 

Walter G. Ditto . . . Greenwood, Miss. 

William R. Dowlen .... Corinth, Miss. 

Yarence W. McCord . . . Corinth, Miss. 



. Pascagoula, Miss. 
Julius C. McIlwain . 
Willard L. McIlwain 
(Iraham Pettey Rape 
Jack Smith 



Pascagoula, Miss. 
. Batesville, Miss. 
Moss Point, Miss. 
. Meridian, Miss. 



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Founded 1904. 
Forty-two Active Chapters 



Floizer: Red Rose 



ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER 

Established 1927 

Fratres in Urbe 

John Byron Gathright Marvin Edward Dooley 

Sol le McEi.rov 

Fratres ix Facl ltate 
Dr. James R. Simms, Jr. Richard A. Miller 



Fratres ix L xiversitate 
5< niors 



Doric Hakes Catchings, Miss. 

Frank Hlghes Kossuth, Miss. 

D. Prlde Dabbs Shannon, Miss. 



R. Turner Dabbs Shannon, Miss. 

Johk Dyer Houston, Miss. 

Hal Shanks .... Taylorsville, Miss. 



Offa L. Casei 



I vmes Rose 



J union 
. . Laurel, Miss Bi.ondy S. Henr 1 * 

Sophomores 
West Helena, Ark. JOHN WARD . . 



Darling, Mis- 



Darling, Miss. 



Ph dffes 



Harvey Mason .... Waynesboro, Miss 
Thomas L. Harvey .... Mathiston, Miss. 

Jack Holmes Oxford, Miss. 

Herod Wise Hughes, Ark. 

John Hunter Lucedale, Miss. 

John Busby Waynesboro, Mi" 

Kirk McCormick .... Yazoo City, Mi—. 
WALTER Boyett Jackson, Miss. 



Joe Parks Oxford, Miss. 

W. B. Haney, Jr Oxford, Mi-. 

Clyde A. Harbin .... Memphis, Tenn. 

Morris Jones McComb, Mis^. 

James Brookshire Beldon, Miss. 

Allen Collins Shannon, Miss. 

Jerome Shaw .... Calhoun City, Miss. 
Xorris Ovf.rby Brandon, Miss. 



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Colors: Cardinal Red and Hunters Green 

Fifty-two Active Chapters 



Flower: Jacqueminot Rose 



Carl Bratton 



MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER 
Established 1857 

Fratres IN Urue 
William Temple Hon. Taylor E. McElroy 



Royal Mattice 



Fratre in Facultate 
Dr. J. J. Lenoir 

Fratres in Universitate 

Graduates 
Oxford, Miss. Walter W. Murphey 



Thomas S. Mayiier 



Matthew Harper 



Seniors 

Lea Cockerham Gunnison, Miss. 

. . Gulfport, Miss. Gordon Keith Rogers 

Jiaiiors 
. . McComb, Miss. T. E. Caldwell . . . 



Sophomores 

W. H. Cook, Jr Jackson, Miss. 

Russell Lindsey Laurel, Miss. Joseph Sydney Mize . . 

John Madre Memphis, Tenn. Samuel Pack 



Oxford, Miss. 



Belzoni, Miss. 



Meridian, Miss. 



Forrest, Miss. 
Laurel, Miss. 



Pledges 



Ben- Bailey . . . 

BlLL BRATTON Oxford, Miss. 

Odessa Cockerham .... Gunnison, Miss. 

Curtis Hines Cruger, Miss 

Egbert Hines Cruger, Miss. 

Henry Jones Merigold, Miss. 

Claude Keirn Cruger, Miss. 

ail Klotz McComb, Miss. 

Dale Mullen Oxford, Miss. 



. . Oakland, Miss. 

Lawrence Pope Collins, Miss. 

A. C. Rhyne .... Pass Christian, Miss. 

Kemp Pace Pace, Miss. 

Luther Sexton Hazelhurst, Miss. 

Clifford Shultz .... Memphis, Tenn. 

Guy B. Taylor Oxford, Miss. 

Richard Walker Meridian, Miss. 

Borrie Wheat Enid, Miss. 



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Cockerham, C. Hlnes, E. Hin.s. Kiern, Klotz, Rhyne, Pace, Shultz, Sexton, 

Taylor, Wheat. 





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Founded J 86 5 
Ninety-five Active Chapters 



Floiver: White Tea Rose 



DELTA PSI CHAPTER 

Established 1927 



Fratres in Urbe 



How Wright Patton 

Dr. Eugene Bramlette, Jr. 



Hon. R X. Williams 

Robert L. Kirkwooo, Jr. 



Fratres in Facultate 
Dean A. W. Mi in en Coach C. M. Smith 



Fratres ix I'xiversit ate 
Seniors 



Willi \m R. Armstrong . . Houston, Miss. Wai.ser V. Prospere 

Lester Carruth .... Brookhaven, Miss. William H. Scott . . 

Vardaman S. Dunn . . . Greenwood. Miss. Harold E. Thomas . 



George T. McClintock . . Belzoni, Miss. 



Thomas Gaines . 



James A. Clark 



Gwyne T. Brunt . 
Howard Q. Davis 



Ci kits c;. B01 1 11 . 

Ollie D. Brame . . 
Miller Clark . . . 
George A. Gunter 
D. McMullan . . 
Harry Nicoll . . . 



J 1/ 11 ion 
Ruleville, Miss Jetson P. Tatum 



. Washington, Miss. 

. . . Houston, Miss. 

. Greenville, Miss. 

. New Albany, Miss. 



Meridian, Miss 



'•' , li m re 



. . Ethel, Miss. 
Indianola, Miss 



Chester D. Gaston . 
Charles A. Pollard . . 



. Columbus, Miss. 
Greenwood, Miss. 



Pledgt 



Marci s Beddingfield 

. . Shelby, Miss. 

. . Canton, Miss. 

. Ruleville, Miss. 

. Kilmichael, Miss. 

. Lake, Miss. 

. . Meridian, Miss. 



. . Meridian, Miss. 

Thomas L. Rovce Isola, Miss. 

Jack Scon Kosciusko, Miss. 

Charles R. Smith Corinth, Miss. 

Frank Van Devender . . . Meridian, Miss. 

Edward F. Whittincton . Clarksdale, Miss. 

Doi <• 1 ass Wright Houston, Miss. 



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Thomas, Brame, M. Clark, McMullan, Royce. Smith, Whittington. 



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Colors: Royal Purple and Geld Founded 1S56 

One Hundred and Eight Active Chapters 

MISSISSIPPI GAMMA CHAPTER 

Established IQ26 



Flower: Violet 



L. Oldham 
W. N. Leavell 
W. L. Archibald 
Carl Coers 



Fratres in Urbe 

Philip Carnathan 
J. W. T. Falkner 
J. W. T. Falkner IV 
John Falkner 

Fratres in Facultate 
Jeff C. Hamm Dr. David H. Bishop 

Fratres in Universitate 



William Falkner 
Murrv C. Falkner 
James Stone, Jr. 
R. L. Sullivan 



Seniors 



Bert N. Coers Meridian, Miss. 

W. M. Ethridge .... West Point, Miss. 
David W. Houston III . . Aberdeen, Miss. 

Ernest L. Jovner Tupelo, Miss. 

John S. Lewis Woodville, Miss. 



Clyde V. Maxwell . 
Lawrence H. McDuff 
Guy Mitchell, Jr. 



• . Pickens, Miss. 
. Hattiesburg, Miss. 
. Tupelo, Miss. 



William D. Seale Jackson, Miss. 

Robert Owen Shephard 



Juniors 



Richard B. Booth .... Aberdeen, Miss. 

Colin Campbei.i Yaz^o City, Miss. 

Virgil Cook Oxford, Miss. 

Milton Cook Oxford, Miss. 

Robert H. Davis Okolona, Miss. 

James Fisackerlv Blaine, Miss. 

Aubrey B. Fulton Jackson, Miss. 

Alex Gillam .... Clarksdale, Miss. 
James Fay' Hall .... . Tupelo, Miss. 

Arthur V. Hays .... Hattiesburg, Miss. 



Waddell Mashburn 
Frank Massengill . 
Robert Ray . . 
Clant J. M. Seay . . 
Robert C. Shelby . . 



John N. Anderson . . 

Elmo Ballard Tupelo, Miss. 

Roy Collins Memphis, Tenn. 

Watt Daniel Tupelo, Miss. 

Abbott Ferriss Jonestown, Miss. 

Clarke Holmes Hernando, Miss. 

Pledges 



Meridian, Miss. 

. Clarksdale, Miss. 

. Lrookhaven, Miss. 

Canton, Miss. 

. Hattiesburg, Miss. 

. Clarksdale, Miss 

Rufus Simpson . . . . Meridian, Miss. 

W. B. Watkins, Jr. . . . Aberdeen, Miss. 

B. Frank Williams .... Gulfport, Mis.. 

Tom Wood Woodville, Miss 

George F. Woodliff .... Jackson, Miss. 

Sophomores 
Memphis, Tenn. Albert McLaurine .... McComb, Miss. 

Charles H. Moffat, Jr. . . Senatobia, Miss. 

Tom Murphee Jackson, Miss. 

James William Price . . Hattiesburg, Miss. 

James L. Royals Meridian, Miss. 

Charles Seacrest . . . Port Gibson, Miss. 



George Buchanan . . Holly Springs, Miss. 
James Buchanan . . ..Holly Springs, Miss 

W. Ross Bush Jonestown, Miss. 

Bent Caffey Duck Hill, Miss. 

Carl Crisler Aberdeen, Miss. 

Alfred Dantzler Biloxi, Miss 

Jack Dinkins Canton, Miss. 

Robert Dunn Hattiesburg, Miss. 

A. B. Furlow Brookhaven, Miss. 

Charles Hali Hernando, Miss. 

Charles Herron Canton, Miss. 

Frank Holloman .... Ruleville, Miss. 
Herman Gray Johnson . Meridian, Miss. 
Paul B. Toiinson, Jr. . . Hattiesburg, Miss. 
Richard Keye Rockford, 111. 



Charles Lawrence .... Meridian. Miss. 

George Liddeli Rockford, 111. 

Edward McDonnei.i Jackson, Miss. 

H. R. Montgomery . . . Port Gibson, Miss. 

Harry Pierce Vicksburg, Miss. 

Howard Pigford Meridian, Miss. 

William Porter .... Memphis, Tenn. 

James Pringle Biloxi, Miss. 

Louis Rockett Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Jack Simmons Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Travis Taylor .... Friars Points, Miss. 

William Thames Jackson, Miss. 

Edward Walker Picayune, Mi f s. 

Robert M. Watkins . . . Aberdeen, Miss. 



Julian Whelms 



Hattiesburg, Miss. 



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M. Cook. Davis. Fisackerly, Gillam. Hall, Hays. Mashburn, Massengill, Ray. Seay, 
Shelby, Watkins, Williams. Wood, Woodliff Anderson, Ballard. Collins. Dani.l, Ferriss, 
Holmes, McLaurine, MofCatt, Murphee, Price. Royals, Seagrest, G. Buchanan. J. 
Buchanan, Bush. Crisler, Dantzler, Dinkins, Dunn. Furlow. C. Hall. Herron, Hollo- 
man, H. Johnson. Keye, Lawrence. Liddell, McDonnell. Montgom i y. Pierce. Pringle, 
Rockett, Simmons. Taylor. Thames. R. Watkine, Wheliss. 



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Founded igoi 



Colors: Royal Purple and Red 



Flowers: American Beautv Rose and Violet 



Sixty-seven Active Chapters 



MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER 

£ stab lis lied 1928 

Fratres in Urbe 
Bramlette Roberts W. H. Roberts 

Fratres in Lxiversitate 



) 1 mors 



S. Earl Grimes, Jr. 
Edwin Hayman . . 



Sanatorium, Miss. 
. McComb, Miss. 



Fred Patton Oxford, Miss. 

Ralph Williams Drew, Miss. 



J Ulli(j 



Audler Eaton . 
T. J. Morehead 
Melvin Shirley 



. Sumrall, Miss. 
Parchman, Miss. 

. Baldwin, Miss. 



David Smallwood . . 
\'ictor H. Torrey, Jr. . 
Howard Wiggins . . 



. Oxford, Miss. 
Meadville, Miss. 
. Merigold, Miss. 



PL dgi 

George H. Bergoi.d Osyka, Mi^-. 

Claude Coffman Merigold, Miss. 

Arthur Cross . .... Forrest, Miss. 

Fred Fei.der McComb, Mi s. 

B. J. Goss, Jr Columbia, Miss. 

Tillis J. 1 1 1 1 .1 Laurel, Miss. 

Phillip Izard Georgetown, Miss. 

Hunter Jones Merigold, Miss. 

Robert Livingston Prentiss, Miss. 



s 

Toxf.v McBride Sumrall, Miss. 

Henry McKenzie Forest, Miss. 

Hazel Lackey Forest, Miss. 

Ernesi O'Neai Saucier, Miss. 

B. F. Parker Foxworth, Miss. 

Edwin WATTS Sumrall, Miss. 

Frantz Watts Bogalusa, La. 

J. D. Williams .... Pelahatchie, Mi". 
Joe Wilson Oxford, Miss. 



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Colors: Azure and Argent 



Founded 1848 
One Hundred and Four Active Chapters 



Flo-wer: White Carnation 



MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER 

Established 1877 

Fratres in Urbe 

Bill Harmon Will Lewis Ben Price 

Fratre in Facultate 
Charles O. Smalling 

Fratres in Universitate 

Graduate 
Thaddeus C. Lockard . . 



Thomas Yates 



Bailey, Miss. 



seniors 



James H. Armstrong .... Vaiden, Miss. 

John C. Bowen, Jr. . . . Senatobia, Miss. 

Chester H. Curtis .... Clarksdale, Miss. 

Dave Fraiser Greenwood, Miss. 

Fred M. Glass Winona, Miss. 



Edwin Wilburn Hooker . . Lexington, Miss. 
Benjamin F. Hand . . . Waynesboro, Miss. 
James R. Johnson .... Senatobia, Miss. 

Pete McCoy Meridian, Miss. 

Robert H. Pegram Tupelo, Miss. 



Juniors 

George Buffaloe III . . . . Oxford, Miss. Robert B. Nance .... Clarksdale, Miss. 

Charles V. Fair Louisville, Miss. Robert D. Portvvood, Jr. . Greenwood, Miss. 

Davis L. Fair Louisville, Miss. Albert Russell Oxford, Miss. 

Wallace H. Livingston, Jr. Santa Fe, N. M. Weston H. Segura Jackson, Miss. 

Lee McLean Blaine, Mis . James Luther Spencer, Jr. Carrollton, Miss. 



Sophomores 
John R. Abbott . . . West Point 



George Lawrence Adams . Natchez, Mis-. 
Robert H. Atkinson . . Water Valley, Miss. 

Sam C. Atkinson Drew, Miss. 

James Davant Jackson, Miss. 

Robert Finlay Glen Allen, Miss. 

James D". Frith McComb, Miss. 

J. Kirby Harrell McComb, Miss. 



Miss. 
Chester A. McLarty . . 
William T. McGehee . 
Charles G. Nichols, Jr. 
Kenneth A. Price . . 
Robert R. Swittenberc . 
Walter A. Welty . . 
Cauley Williams . . . 



Sam H. All 

William H. Allen Iuka, 

Douglass M. Bramlett . Woodville, 

Robert Caney Meridian, 

Eugene L. Fair Louisville, 

Sam J. Foose, Jr Tchula, 

Robert Gardner, Jr. . . . Greenwood, 
Ed Westi.ey Gatlin .... McComb, 

David Hamilton Meridian, 

Homer L. Hooper . . . Philadelphia, 
Claude Jackson . . . . Kosciusko, 



Pledges 



en Iuka, Miss. 

Miss. Robert Magruder . . 

Miss. George H. McLean . . 

Mis>. William H. Mounger, Ji 

Miss. William P. Nance . . . 

Miss. Percy F. Parker .... 

Miss. John T. Sherman . . . 

Miss. Rowan T. Thomas . . 

Miss. Robert Wall .... 

Miss. James Pete Webster . . 

Mis^. Joseph E. West .... 



. Oxford, 
Greenville, 
, . Swifton, 
. McComb, 
Lexington, 
. Jackson, 
Clarksdale, 



Port Gibson, 
. . Blaine, 

;. . . Oxford, 

. Jackson, 

. . Canton, 

. Meridian, 

. . . Bovle, 

. . . Bovle, 
. . Oxford, 

. Clarksdale, 



Miss. 
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Armstrong, Bowen, Curtis, Krasier, Glass, Hooker, Johnson, R. Nance, 
Spencer, Swittenberg, Williams, Adams, Abbott. R. Atkinson, Allen, 
Buffalo.-, Carney, C. Fair, I). Fair, Frith, Foose, Gardner, Gatlin, Harrell, 
Hamilton, Hooper. L. McLean, McLarty, McGehee, H. McLean, Magruder, 
Mounger, Nichols, \V. Nance, Price, Russell, Sherman, Thomas, Wall, 
Webster, West. 



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Founded jS+J. 
Colors: Crimson, Old Gold and Azure 

Forty-six Active Chapters 



Flower: Pansv 



CHI CHAPTER 

Established 1850 



Tim Hutchinson" 
Phil Stone 



Fratres IX Urbe 

F. H. Rowland 
D. E. Neilson 



W. D. Heddleston 
W. D. Heddleston, Jr. 



Frater ix Faclltate 
F. E. Farulear 



Fratres in Uxiversitate 



Joe N. Bailey, Jr. 



Robert L. Holi.ey, Jr. 



. Coffeeville, Miss. 
Charles S. Rand . 



Charles G. Demon 
. . Oxford, Mis-. 



William W. Joor . 
. . Summi:, Mis-. 



. Rolling Fork, Miss. 



. Bate.-ville, Mis-. 
C. C. Stephenson, Jr. . Holly Springs, Mi s. 



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Guinn S. Cost . . . 
Kinnki ii M. Crosby 
Edwin S. GRANTH \m 
Orval N. Hooker . . 



. Coffeeville, Mi^. 

. West Point, Mi — . 

. West Point, Miss. 

Rolling Fork, Miss. 



George H. Martin .... Anguilla, Miss. 

David c;. Neilson, Jr Oxford, Mis-. 

\V. J. Staggers, Jr. . . . West Point, Miss. 
Bernard H. Woodard . . Spring Hill, Tenn. 



Pledges 



J. Cooper Adams . . 
Lolis H. Burghard 
( ii si 11. Dent . . . 

Ill s I.. V.\ ANS . . . 



. . . Corinth, Mi — . 

. . Clinton, Miss. 

. . Lockhart, S. C. 

Holly Springs, Mi". 



HARPER Johnson, Jr. . . . Senatobia, Miss. 
Tom C. Lacev .... Holly Springs, Mi-. 
James S. Overstreet .... DeKalb, Miss. 
Claude H. Sei.bv Sartartia, Miss. 



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PHI PI PHI 




Colors: Black and Turquoise Blue 



Founded IQI5 



Twenty Active Chapters 



OMICRON CHAPTER 

Established 1927 

Frater in Urbe 
Frank Heard 

Frater in Facultate 
Percy Lee Rainwater 



_ . in Fall Li 

fRATREF -"ATE 

F. E. Faruuear 



Flower: Blue Bell 



Ralph J. Mitchell 



OxfordRES IN LlNIVERSITATffONE Sledge, Miss. 

Seniors 



Preston M. Davis Tula, Miss. WilliavKinzer Yokena, Miss. 

Newman C. Dorsey . . Water Valley, N^d Sum F. Lyles Oxford, Miss. 



William H. Reeves . 



Ernest E. Dematatis 



. . Jackson, Miss. T. Lake Wilroy . . 

Sophcmzres 

Washington, D. C. Kendall G. Rayburn 



Pledges 

Herman L. Berryhill . . . Learned, Miss. 

Floyd P. Smith Carthage, Miss. 

Newton L. Crosby, IV . . Picayune, Miss. 

Bill Jolly Edinburgh, Miss. 

Secrest Tidwell .... Batesville, Miss. 
Benjamin F. Johnson, Jr. . . Jackson, Miss. 

J. Edwin Harwell Tula, Miss. 

E. Shirley Davis .... Horn Lake, Miss. 



Howard W. Ferrell 
Davis H. Sartor . . 
Hugh H. Haralson . . 
Oliver W. Ulmer . . 
Thurston E. Wilkes 
Edward Read . . . . 
Warren Dorsey . . 
Frank Hart . . . , 



Hernando, Miss. 



Pontotcc, Mis. 



. . Pontotoc, Miss. 
. . Pachuta, Miss. 
. Harperville, Miss. 
. . Picayune, Miss. 
. . Picayune, Miss. 
. . Picayune, Miss. 
Water Valley, Miss. 
. . Picayune, Miss. 



J. Payne Bilbo Picayune, Miss. 

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SIGMA CHI 




Colors: Blue and Old Gold 



Founded 1855 
Ninety-six Active Chapters 



Floivfr: White Tea Rose 



ETA CHAPTER 
Established 1857 



Dr. B. S. Guvton 
Branham Hume 



Dean T. C. Kimbrough 
Dr. R. J. Farley 



Fratres in Urbe 
David T. Carter 

Fratres in Facultate 

L. C. Andrews 
Grady Guyton 
Dean R. M. Guess 



W. M. Reid 

Jack Elliott 



Dr. A. H. Little 
Coach Ed. L. Walker 



Fratres in Universitate 

Seniors 

Norman C. Brewer, Jr. . . Greenwood, Miss. Birney Imes, Jr Columbus, Miss. 

Edwin M. Brooks Tupelo, Miss. Randolph Klvce Corinth, Miss. 

Lee Simrall Caine .... Columbus, Miss. W. W. Mitcheli Como, Miss. 

Ebb James Ford, Jr. . . . Pascagoula, Miss. R. Hughes Mendal . . . Vicksburg, Miss. 

Thomas McKeli Port Gibson, Miss. 

Juniors 

David J. Brewer .... Greenwood, Miss. W. S. Embree, Jr Como, Mis. 

James P. Biederharn . . . Vicksburg, Miss. BERT S. Ervin, Jr Crawford, Miss. 

Cullen Curlee, Jr. . . . Vicksburg, Miss. Hiram Elliott Oxford, Miss. 

Charles Neblett . . . Morgan City, Miss. Robert Moreton .... Brookhaven, Miss. 
Huch Cunningham, Jr. . . Corinth, Miss. John Q. Poindexter Macon, Miss. 



Sophoi 



William R. Barber .... Gulfport, Miss. 
William Brinson .... Columbia, Miss. 
J. Gould Gardner .... Columbia, Miss. 

Gus Maxwell, Jr Columbia, Miss. 

Lucian Minor Macon, Miss. 

Charles Phillips Wesson, Miss. 



Arthur Ray 

James Sartin 

Robert Scovili 

Robert Stephenson . . . 
Harry E. Wilson . . . 
Archirald Sturdivant, Jr. 



. Rienzi, Miss. 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 

. Lexington, Miss. 

. Columbus, Miss. 

. Glendora, Miss. 



Bill Guv ion 

Scott Tennyson Columbus, 

GAGE WOODARD Oxford, 

Willette Duckworth . . . Columbus, 

HENRY Gunter Columbus, 

Carroll Hudson Columbus, 

Jim K. Cunningham . . . Vicksburg, 

FRED P. Shelby Shelby, 

William W. Whitfield . . Picayune, 

Lawrence Ferris Macon, 

Robert Perry Rienzi, 

George Butler, Jr Jackson, 

Baxter Knox, Jr. . . . New Albany, 



Pledges 



Oxford, Miss. 

Mis-.. Ed Wells 

Miss. Warner Biedenharn 

Miss, James Harris . . . 

Miss. Stephen Stigler . . 

Miss. Brent F. Quinn . . 

Mi^s. Lloyd Coleman . . . 

Miss. Norman Sartin . . 

Miss. Clint Gee, Jr. . . . 

Miss. Jack Carver . . . . 

Miss. Clyde McGee . . . 

Mis^ Bill Alexander . . 

Miss. William Bradford . 
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. Vicksburg, 

. Vicksburg, 

. . Webb, 

. Greenville 
Greenwood 

. Doddsville 
Hattiesburg 
. Carrollton 
. . . Moli 
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. . . Como 
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Miss, 
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Neblett, Embree, Ervin, Moreton, Brinson, Guyton, Woodard, Duckworth, 

Gunter, Hudson. Cunningham. F n is. Perry, Wells, Harris, Stigler, Quinn. 

Gee, McGee, Alexander, Bradford. Sturdivant, Coleman. 



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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Officers 



Earl Grimes 

Garland Lyell . . 

Charles Deaton 



Alpha Tau Omega 
Lester Carruth 
Walser Prosperi 



Members 

Beta T/ieta Pi 
William Averill 
William Cassedv 




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President 

Vice-President 

Secretary- Treasurer 



Delta Psi 

Shed Roberson 
Garland Lyell 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Charles Rand 
Charles Deaton 

Delta Tau Delta 
A. S. Coody 
Harvey Carter 

Kappa Alpha 
J. E. Alford 
Thomas Minniece 

Phi Kappa Psi 
Walter Murphy 
Russell Lindsay 

Phi Pi Phi 

William Lyles 
Thomas Kinzer 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Lyle Bates 
W. P. Mitchell 

Phi Delta Theta 
Chester Curtis 
Wilburn Hooker 

Pi Kappa Phi 
John Ward 
Hi.ondy Henry 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Dave Houston 
Virgil Cook 

S iff ma Chi 
W. W. Mitchell 

Norman Brewer 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Earl Grimes 
Victor Torrey 

Sigma Nu 

Ben Caldwell 
Orman Gee 

Phi Epsilon Pi 
Mose Wander 
Melvtn Dovith 



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PI KAPPA PI 

Honorary Scholastic Fraternity 

Members in Faculty 

Dr. Calvin S. Brown Miss Ruth McNeil 

Dr. W. L. Kennon Dr. A. W. Milden 

Officers 

Frances E. Witty President 

Collier Stewart Vice-President 

Ruby Mooney Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 

Ebb J. Ford Pascagoula, Miss. 

Ruby Mooney Oxford, Miss. 

T. C. Lockard Bailey, Miss. 

Collier Stewart Charleston, Miss. 

Charles Tindall Indianola, Miss. 

Frances Witty Winona, Miss. 

Gordon Meadors Ellisville, Miss. 



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PHI ETA SIGMA 

Fresh/nan Honorary Scholastic Fraternity 
Established 1029 



Chester H. Curtis 
Abbott L. Ferriss . 
Paul M. Goldfarb 



Faculty Advisors 
Dr. C. S. Sydnor Dean R. M. Guess 

Officers 

. . . Senior Advisor Chester A. McLartv Secretary 

President William J. Hossi.ev Treasurer 

, . . . Vice-President William R. Russell Historian 



George L. Adams Natchez, 

James H. Armstrong .... Vaiden, 

J. B. Bell, Jr Greenville, 

Chester H. Curtis .... Clarksdale, 

J. W. Dorman Myrtle, 

Abbott L. Ferriss .... Jonestown, 

Ebb. J. Ford, Jr Pascagoula, 

Paul M. Goldfarb .... Vicksburg, 
James F. Hall, Jr Tupelo, 



Members 

Miss. N. C. House 

Miss. William J. Hosslev .. . 

Miss. Emmett D. Kemp, Jr. . 

Miss. Chester A. McLarty . , 

Miss. Marion S. McLellan . . 

Miss. L. S. Pearce 

Miss. William R. Russell . , 

Miss. James C. Stewart . . . 

Miss. William W. Watkins 



. . . Enid, Miss. 

. Vicksburg, Miss. 
, Sanatorium, Miss. 

. . Oxford, Miss. 
. . Sumner, Miss. 
. . Falkner, Miss. 

. . Tunica, Miss. 
. Charleston, Miss. 

. Aberdeen, Miss. 



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ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 



Founded 1924 



Colors: Gold, White, and Red 



Established: 1929 



UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER 

SORORES IN FACULTATE 
Mrs. Louise Duncan Miss Estella Hefley 



Officers 



Louise Howard President 

Florence Campbell .... Vice-President 



Gale Noel Secretary 

Laura Bradford Treasurer 



Members 



Onita Aldridge Winona, Miss. 

Annie Laura Allen .... Houston, Miss. 

Laura Bradford Webb, Miss. 

Florence Campbell Canton, Miss. 

Lucy Lott Hathorn . . . University, Miss. 



Louise Howard Meridian, Miss. 

Ruby Mooney Oxford, Miss. 

Gale Noel Greenville, Miss. 

Dellie 5%peed Meridian, Miss. 

Frances Witty Winona, Miss. 



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MEDICAL CLUB 

Group composed of the members of the School of Medicine 



Officers 



John D. Dyer 
Ed Mabry . . 



. . President 
Vice-President 



Jack Ulmer 
J. R. Priest . 



Secretary- 
Treasurer 



J. H. Armstrong 
W. R. Armstrong 
Harvey Carter 
E. S. Chapel 
J. A. Clark 
H. L. Cockerham 
Burt Coers 
Emanuel Cohen 
R. T. Dabbs 
\Y. M. Dabnev 
John Dorm an 
John D. Dyer 
H. R. Elliot 
L. H. Elbanks 
I. C Farmer 
Mary E. Fatheree 
J. S. Fisackerly 



Members 

Fred Geisenbercer 
Alfred Habeeb 
Ben Hand 
T. L. Harvey 
A. V. Hays 
F. B. Hodces 
N. C. House 
Joe Hull 
Lorenzo James 
Julius Levine 
C. M. Lob r a no 
I. E. Lobrano 
Howard Kisner 
T. E. McKell 
Colon McNease 
(i. T. McPhail 
Ed Mabry 



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r. d. moreton 

Gene Morrison 

C. L. Xeill 

Leroy Pearce 

Mrs. Mode n a Peterson 

R. H. Pegram 

J. R. Priest 

Darden Reynolds 

G. K. Rogers 

Ed Sams 

Rufus Simpson 

Ralph Sneed 

Jack Ulmer 

R. P. Walker 

W. A. Watkins 

Jack Wilson 

James Westerfield 



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Group ccmpcsed cf the members of the School of Pharmacy 



Officers 



James Lowry Ingram President 

Louis A. Eaton Vice-President 

Elmer Lionel Hammond 



George C. Keai.hoff.r Secretary 

John N. Blavlock Treasurer 

. . Dean of the School of Pharmacy 



N. J. Blavlock 

J. G. HOLLINCSUORTH 

J. L. Ingram 
George Kealhofer 
C. S. Rand 
V. E. Watts 
Carl Weeks 
William Wilson 
C. H. Wise 
J. B. Caver 

J. A. BORNMAN 

J. T. Brookshire 
L. H. Blrcherd 
L. A. Eaton 



Members 

C. N. Eley 
G. C. Furr 
O. C. Gricsbv 
T. H. McBride 
T. J. Rosetti 
C. K. Sample 
H. E. Sumners 
Hinds Blackwell 
E. W. Bryan 
Allen E. Collins 
Charles Crenshaw 
Joseph Duckworth 
J. D. Frith 
Clayton M. Hall 
W. J. Hosslev, Jr. 
Thomas S. Livingston 



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J. M. Loncmire 
Arthur Ray 
John Ward 
Cecil L. Allred 
William E. Bearden 
L. F. Heard 
J. R. Hood 
R. M. Jones 
K. W. McCormick 
T. L. Nix 
O. E. Pearce 
C. V. Petty, Jr. 
H. F. Salsbery 
F. P. Simmons 



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BLUE KEY 

National Honorary Fraternity 

Established at University of Mississippi in 1929 

Officers 

Fred M. Glass President 

Charles S. Tikdall .... rice-President Wells W. Woody . Corresponding Secretary 
William A. Bacon . . . Recording Secretary Dave W. Houston' Treasurer 

Members 



William A. Bacon 
Lyle S. Bates 
J. B. Bell 
Norman Brewer 
Berry D. Brown 
Ben Caldwell 
Lester Carruth 
Harvey Carter 
Chi si er II. Curtis 
Fred M. Glass 
Earl Grimes 




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N. C. House 
Dave W. Houston III 
T. C Lockard, Jr. 
Shed H. Roberson 
Clant M. Seav 
Archie Starnes 
Collier Stewart 
Charles Tindai.l 
Guv W. Mitchell, Jr. 
Wells VY. Woody 



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Host to Visiting Athletic Teams 



Officers 

O. K. Gee, Jr President 

Gus Maxwell Treasurer 



Members 



Malcolm Baxter . 
Gwynne Brunt .... Alpha Tau Omega 

Denman Crow Delta Psi 

Watt Daniels .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Shirley Davis Phi Pi Phi 

Hazel Lackey Sigma Phi Epsilon 

O. K. Gee, Jr Sigma Nu 

Georce Martin . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Gus Maxwell Sigma Chi 

Julius McIlwain Beta Theta Pi 



. Pi Kappa Alpha 

Joe Mize Phi Kappa Psi 

Kenneth Price Phi Delta Theta 

W. C. Reed Delta Tau Delta 

Edward Seeman Student Bcdy 

John Ward Pi Kappa Phi 

Clyde Watkins Kappa Alpha 

George Watson Kappa Sigma 

Marvin Watson Student Body 

Charles Westerfield Sigma Nu 



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THE PIX 

Inter-Sorority Society 



Members 

Ora Elizabeth Bookout 
Mary Ellen Dalier 
Ramelle Eason 
Hays Gee Margaret MacNicol 

Hazel Harrison Elizabeth McGehee 

Frances Holmes Frances Nolan 

Louise Page 
Frances Scruggs 
Helen Wagner 
Margaret Webb 



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Honorary Society for St mors 



Members 



Archer Starves Kappa Sigma 

Dan Russell Kappa Sigma 

Thomas S. McWhorter . . . Kappa Alpha 
Thomas M. Keesee .... Kappa Alpha 

John Ai.dridge Pi Kappa Alpha 

Lindsey Spight Pi Kappa Alpha 

Joe Bailey Delta Kappa Epsilon 

C. S. Rand Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Newman Dorsey Phi Pi Phi 

Bil i. Lyi.es Phi Pi Phi 

Jeptha Barbour Delta Psi 

Shed Robinson Delta Psi 

George McClintock . . Alpha Tau Omega 
Walser Prosperi .... Alpha Tau Omega 

William Averili Beta Theta Pi 

Gordon Ditto Beta Theta Pi 



0. L. Casey Pi Kappa Phi 

Frank Hughes Pi Kappa Phi 

Ben Caldweli Sigma Nu 

1. D. Benson Sigma Nu 

Chester Curtis Phi Delta Theta 

Wilburn Hooker .... Phi Delta Theta 

O. C. Cockerham Phi Kappa Psi 

Waiter Murphy Phi Kappa Psi 

Norman Brewer Sigma Chi 

Birney Imes Sigma Chi 

Ed Hayman Sigma Phi Epsilon 

E. M. Williams .... Sigma Phi Epsilon 

A. S. Coody Delta Tau Delta 

Harold Mounger .... Delta Tau Delta 
D. W. Houston III . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Clant Seay .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



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Founded at University of Mississippi 1S4S 



Officers 



Walter Jones Presidi ni 

Richard Booth Vice-President 



Jimmie Johnson Secretary 

James Royals Treasurer 



Shirley Livingston 
Kemp Pace 
W. E. Beaden 
Richard Keye 
David Hamilton 
L. E. Grice 
Travis Taylor 
Homer Hooper 
Gene Fair 
Lf.Mount Hogan 
George YVoodliff 
Albert Russell 
()e\e Caldwell 
Abbott Ferriss 
Charles Lawrence 
Cordeli. White 



Members 

William A. Braxton 
Bill Robertson 
Milton Marshall 
George T. Lidell 
John Wade Long 
Bill Denton 
Marion Watson 
Billy Russell 
Pali. Quinn 
John Kuykendall 
Lawrence McDuff 
Will Robertson Brooks 
Alfred Dantzler 
Frank Holloman 
Teddy Smith 
Jim Pringi.e 
Pail Johnson 
Rowan Thomas 



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Robert Wall 
Clarke Holmes 
Bob Carney 
Jimmie Devante 
Jack Dinkins 
Charles Heron- 
Robert Dunn 
Julian Wheei.ess 
John Bow en- 
Bill Cassedy 
Watt Daniels 
Roy Collins 
R. D. Jacobs, Jr. 
Clifford Schli.tz 
Dale S. Fi.emminc 
Ed McDonnell 



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Officers 

John Abbott President Lake Wii.roy Treasurer 

Bill Jollv Vice-President Scott Tennyson Critic 

Alonzo Westbrook Secretary Luther Spencer Reporter 







Members 








Bill Nance 




Keith Robinson- 






E. C. Oliver 


R. D. Crow e 




Francis Smith 






Guy Sennett 


Rodney Gates 




Frank Tatum 






Sam Abbott 


Ernest Dematatis 




Will Bidden 






Tom Sherman 


William Bradford 




Herman - Berryhill 






Oliver Magruder 


Arthur Derrick 




M. L. Wooten 






Hugh Cunningham 


Hugh Rather 




Robert Pope 






Al Moore 


John 


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Officers 

Guy Mitchell President 

Collier Stewart Vice-President R. M. Guess General Secretary 

Louis Hengen Secretary Dr. J. C. Culley Chvm. Board of Directors 

Wells Woody Treasurer Dean T. C. Kimbrough . Faculty Treasurer 

Members 

John Aldridge Chester Curtis Jimmie Johnson Teat Seay 

Billy Bacon D. P. Dabbs Nevin Jones l;. O. Shephard 

Joe Bailey Frank Davis George Kealhofer Floyd Smith 

Lyle Bates Howard Davis L. T. Kennedy Archie Starnes 

i. 1 1. Benson E. E. Dematatis Lawrence McDuff W. a. Stigler 

John Bowen Oscar Dooley Burdett Martin Lee Stokes 

Norman Brewer George Ethridge Tommy Mayher John E. stone 

Edwin Brooks James Flsackerlj w. W. Mitchell J. \V. Strong 

Berry Brown Guy Fisher C. ii. Moffatl Herberi Sumners 

Jack Burnetl ll. <:. Flowers Alfred Moore H. E. Thomas 

Ben Caldwell Aubrey Fulton Sam Pack Charles Tindall 

Harvey Carter Fred Glass Charles Phillips Mose Wander 

o. L. Casey S. E. Grimes Bob Ray Carl Weeks 

James A. i 'lark Thomas Harvey < '.. k, Rogers T. N. Wiggins 

A. S. Coodj Arthur Hays Stokes Robertson George Winters 

Henrv Cook D. W. Houston Dan Russell E. F. Yerby 



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Sue Wright President Onita Ai.dridce ........ Secretary 

Hazel Harrison Vice-President Frances Witty Treasurer 

Mrs. V. A. Coulter Chairman, Board of Directors 

Senior Cabinet 



Mary Abbay 
Callie Austin 
Charlotte Blackstone 
Ora Elizabeth Bookout 
May Cook 
Jessie Mae Crosby 
Alice Vivian Denman 
Mary Alice Fatheree 
Lucille Fedric 
Frances Holmes 
Emily Hosmer 
Jean Jackson 



Elizabeth McGehee 
Joan Mauffra^ 
Frances Maxwell 
Ruby Mooney 
Gertrude Neei. 
Jams Perkins 
Sue Pointer 
Jane Saunders 
Mildred Smith 
Dorothy Thompson- 
Elizabeth Townsend 
Margaret Webb 



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Thomas S. Mather . 
S. Earl Grimes, Jr. . 



OLE MISS MUSICAL CLUB 

Officers 

E. F. Yerby President 

. . Vice-President Mrs. Laura T. Martin Director 

Secretary-Treasurer Mr. R. M. Guess .... Business Manager 



James Wallace 
George H. McLean 



Edwin W. Brooks 
Robert Lomax 



Robert D. Portwood 
Russell Lindsey 



Hugh L. Reid 
George Kealhofer 

A. G. Bowen . . . 

Rosendo Caballero 



Chorus 

First Tenor 
George Buffalo, III • S. Earl Grimes, Jr. 

Norman E. King Robert Wheat 

Second Tenor 
Samuel Bigham 
Egbert J. Hines, Jr. 

First Bass 
• Thomas S. Mayher 
Robert Swittenberg 

Second Bass 
Lee D. McLean 
W. L. Underwood 



A. Y. Sturdivant 
Robert H. McCormick 



Ben T. Bailey 
George W. Green 



Zeno L. Mangum 
Robert E. Perry 

. . Pianist 
. . Violinist 



MISSISSIPPIANS orchestra 

Herbie Holmes, Director and Vocalist 

E. E. Yerby . . . Saxophone and Clarinet Homer Corlev • Trumpet 

Rives Hutcherson . Saxoplione and Clarinet John Haerle . . Trombone 

Joe Weiler Saxophone and Flute Huron Hltciif.rson . . . Piano 

McRae Adams Trumpet "Chuck" Haerle Drums 

Jimmie Weiler Trumpet Jack Riggin , Bass 



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Mrs. Laura T. Martin Director 

Miss Ruth McNeil Accompanist 

Miss Vivian Heard Pianist 

Officers 

Dorothy Thompson President 

Frances Holmes Vice-President 

Frances Nolan Secretary 

Joan Mauffray Treasurer 

Members 

Mary Abbay Vivian Heard Frances Nolan- 
Nancy Abbay Frances Holmes Helen Poirer 
Nan Dyer Margaret Kirk Mary Speed 
Florence Campbell Alice Lightcap Dorothy Thompson 
Elizabeth Conley Nettie Helen Litton Mary L. Wilkerson 
Mabel Dean Margaret McNichol Fisher Watkins 
Mary Alice Farris Joan Mauffray Lucille Whitehead 
Margaret Gatlin Mildred McCoy Mary Elizabeth Yates 
Annie Laurie Hargis Rose Mary McCoy Margaret Harris 
Rosa Healy Margaret Joyner 



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N. C. House Executive Chairman 

Dr. W. L. Kennon Faculty Chairman 

Miss Ora Elizabeth Bookout Girls' Chairman 

Howard Davis Floor Chairman 

R. C. Shelby Decoration Chairman 



Floor Com 


\1ITTEE 


Fred Stone 


Norman Brewer 


Fred Glass 


Ben Caldwell 


Guy Mitchell 


Tohn Aldridge 


Billy Bacon 


Stokes Robertson 


Chick Tindall 


Oscar Dooley 


Joe Bailey 


Alvtn Fink 


Louis Hengen 


Harvey Carter 


I. E. Lobrano 


Guy Fisher 


Neytn Jones 


Bhl Averill 


Earl Grimes 


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TONO UNDO ORCHESTRA 

"Music At Its Best" 

Bob Ray 
Manager and Director 

Personnel 

Bean Irby, Saxophone Oxford, Mississippi 

Sam Atkinson, Saxophone Memphis, Tennessee 

Joe Penix, Saxophone Jackson, Mississippi 

Chester McLartv, Trumpet Oxford, Mississippi 

Jodie Smith, Trumpet Oxford, Mississippi 

Bo Graft, Trumpet Rolling Fork, Mississippi 

Tiny Heard, Trombone East Bangor, Pennsylvania 

* » Lee Stokes, Piano Meridian, Mississippi 

* * Lynwood Garrett, Drums Oxford, Mississippi 

\f Jack Smith, Bass Meridian, Mississippi 

Elizabeth Coni.ey, Vocalist Memphis, Tennessee 

Margaret Trusty, Vocalist Grenada, Mississippi 



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THE 1935 "OLE MISS" 

Official Annual Student Publication of the 
University of Mississippi 



Editorial Staff 

Thomas M. Keesee Editor-in-Chief 

John Stone Associate Ed.i^r 



Hays Gee Associate Editor 

Martha Carnathan Coed Editor 

Margaret MacNicol Assistant 

Frances Holmes Assistant 

Thomas Hopkins . . . . Activities Editor 

Onita Aldridge Assistant 

Cauley Williams Assistant 

Alonzo Westbrook Assistant 

J. F. Hall Art Editor 

Dan Jackson Assistant 

Walter Coleman Assistant 



Weston Segura Class Editor 

Chester McLarty Assistant 

Shirley Davis Assistant 

Philip Hughes Assistant 

Frank Hughes Athletic Editor 

Billy Gates Assistant 

J. B. Bell Assistant 

James Rose Assistant 

E. E. Dematatis . . . Photographic Editor 

Louise Pace Assistant 

Lawrence Feluman Assistant 



Berry D. Brown .... Business Manager 

George Ethridce Assistant 

EDWIN Hayman . . . Advertising Manager 

Elizabeth McGehee Assistant 

Mary E. Dalier Assistant 



Managerial Staff 

Ben Caldwell 
Helen Wagner 
Bourn e Jagcers 
Sam McIlwain , 
Clant Seay . . 



Assistant 

. Technical Manager 

Assistant 

Special Representative 
Special Representative 



Bill Cassedy 



Circulation Manager 



May Cook Secretary 



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Stone, Gee, Hall, Jackson, Carnathan 

McNicol, Holmes, Aldridge, Williams 

McLarty, Hughes, F. Hughes, Gates, Bell 

Rose, Dematatis, Feldman, Page, Hayman 

McGehee, Dalier, Cassedy, Caldwell 

Wagner, Jaggers, Mcllwain, Seay, Cook 



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THE MISSISSIPPIAN 

Official Weekly Student Publication of the 
University of Mississippi 

Fred M. Glass Editor-in-Chief John E. Aldridge .... Business Manager 

Editorial Staff 

Dan M. Russell Nevis Editor Albert Russell Assistant Editor 

Oscar Dooley . . . Assistant Nenvs Editor Frances Witty, Janie Nail . Society Editors 

Associate Editors 

John Bowen Chester McLartv Jimmie Johnson 

Beverly Harte Charles Moffait Thomas Caldwell 

Louise Horne George Woodliff 

Sports Editors 
Lawrence Adams Kirby Harrell 

Special Contributors 
Bessie Clyde Stincley Sara Anderson Sam Abbott 

Reportorial Board 

M. L. Wooton, Jr. John Kuyhendali. Pete LeBarre 

Gaines Augustus David Hamilton Rowan Thomas 

Billy Mounger Scott Tennyson Edward McDonnell 

Frances Smith Joan Perkins Rosa Healy 

Emily Hosmer Teat Seay John Abbott 

Walsere Prospers Marshall Smelser Billy Gates 

Sherlock Hutson Shirley Davis 

Managerial Staff 

Alfred Moore Assistant Business Manager 

Jack Matthews, Crawford Neii.i Foreign Circulation Managers 

Fred Bishop, GEORGE Donovan . . Local Circulation Managers 

Onita Aldridge, Mildred McCoy Advertising Managers 

Assistants 

Pete McLeod Prescoti Sherman Harry Pearce 

Ai.onzo Westbrook Bill Ingram 



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Witty, Nail, Bowen. Home, McLarty. Moffatt, Johnson, Caldwell, Wooten, A gust us. Mounger, 

Adams, Harrell, Kuyhendall, Hamilton, Russell, Thomas, McDonnell, Healy, Perkins, Matthews, 

Neill, Bishop, Sherman, Pierce, Akliidge. McCoy, Moore. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 
FOR WOMEN 

Advisory Board 

Miss Estella G. Hefley Mrs. Mary L. Duncan 

Mrs. Louise B. Duncan 

Officers 

Alice Vivian Denman President 

Louise Soloman Vice-President 

Mary McGinnis Vice-President 

Joan Mauffray Secretary 

Martha Carnathan Treasurer 

Legislative Council 



Audrie Barnes 
Margaret MacNicoi. 
Elizabeth McGehee 
Onita Aldridce 
Ethel Mae Reeves 
Laura Bradford 



Janis Perkins 
Lucille Fedric 
Janice Colquitt 
Roberta Smith 
Louise Howard 
Margaret Trepplndahi. 



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Officers 

Guy Fisher President 

Lester Carruth Vice-President 

Miss Frances Holmes Secretary 

Lvle Bates Treasurer 

Executive Council 

Guy Fisher University, Miss. 

Lester Carruth Brookhaven, Miss. 

Miss Frances Holmes Hernando, Miss. 

Lyle Bates Gloster, Miss. 

John Aldridce Winona, Miss. 

Chester Curtis Clarksdale, Miss. 

Miss Alice V. Denman Greenwood, Miss. 

Miss Hazel Harrison Jackson, Miss. 

Mose Wander Charleston, Miss. 



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OLE MISS BAND 

Officers 

R. Roy Coats Director 

Georce Neblett Drum Major and Student Manager 

Marion Ousley and Ray Holder Band Sergeants 

Kenneth Crosby Band Secretary 





Members 






Trumpets 






Clurinets 


McRae Adams 






Bill Cassedy 


Kenneth Crosby 


Buss 




Boyce Collins 


Homer Corley 


Ray Holder 




William Johnston 


Seymour Dalsheimer 


Marion Ousley 
Jack Smith 




Clyde Maxwell 


Jim Weiler 
Joe White 




Lee McLean 
George Kealhofer 








Joe Peni'x 


Altos 


Baritone 




John Ward 


George Blundell 
J. E. Avent 


Clyde Harbin 
J. L. Black 




Egbert Yerby 
Henry McKenzie 


C. G. BOYETTE 










Saxophones 




Percussion 


Trombones 


Reeves Hutch erson 


George Donnovan 


Guinn Cost 


David Neii.son 
James McCool 




Wii.lette Duckworth 


James Fisackerly 




Billy Gates 


John 1 Haerle 






Charles Haerle 


Jack Scott 






Scott Tennyson 




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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 

OLE MISS CHAPTER 
Officers 

Robert Owen" Shephard President 

J. B. Bell Vice-President 

Hubert F. Patterson Secretary 

C. L. Sumrall, Jr Treasurer 

A. B. Hargis faculty Advisor 

Members 



Seniors 
Robert Owen Shephard 



Junioi 



J. B. Bell 

C. V. Maxwell 



C. L. Sumrall 

H. F. Patterson* 
George L. Koomos 



Sophomores 
Harper Johnson', Jr. David J. Hacg 

Henry Maei.i.er M. F. Hartsfield 

Hunter Jones Joyce Cox 

Albert McLaurine 



Fresh 



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M. H. Alien 
N. F. GuVTON 
H. H. Rather 



P. A. Sherm \n 
Howard Linden 
John R. Ingram 



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OLE MISS DEFEATS^SOU 

-Howard Surprises Ole Miss To Win 5 



Ole Miss Victim 
Of Howard 7 To 6 
On One Fine Play 



Vols Swamp Ole Miss In 




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STRONG FOB LYNX m&KW 

ows Power In Trouncing Teachers- 

ddles Ole Miss Assaults 

Teachers Four Favored Foes 

Pounding 

MISSISSIPPI FLOOD IS 
EVERGLADE BOUND 

FOR GRID WAR 



mish, 27-0 



MISS HOLDS U-fS J IRELESS AT HALF 

Kingfish Outshines Team As L$lf Beats Ole Miss, 14-0 



Tulane Puts On Rally To Down Ole Miss- MISSISSISSI STATE LACKS "FLOOD CONTMr 

Ole Miss Weakens Fig h*j n g Sewanee Bows To Heavy Ole Miss. 19 to 6- 
In Second Half, ^^ 

Tulane Wins, 15-0 ,<>*«» »<»*>«.«» , «,.* \\ \LKERME\ LEFT FRIDAY TO BATflF. 

Ole Miss Looks Good Thc^fh Losing To Centenary '11 

l Has Bad Luck In Losing To Centenary 
Hard Won VictorjiOver Cli^Miss 13-6 



Red And Blue Goes 
On To^doii^Pmh 




I«*m Tikts Fu< Tr»™ 

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Cheer Leaders 

Robert Cain, Head Cheer Leader 

Assistants 
Eli.ev McCormick 



Joe Mize 



FOOTBALL 



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RESUME OF THE SEASON 

After having had in 1933 one of the very best years 
Ole Miss has ever enjoyed in her gridiron history, great things 
were expected of the team that gathered at the call of Coach 
Walker in the fall of 1934. Everything that was expected 
of the team did not materialize, in fact most of us failed 
to see his dream of a championsship team consummated and 
the record of four victories and five defeats along with one 
tie does not look so well when written upon the record. In 
spite of the cold figures, Ole Miss had a good team in 1934, 
and although some of our defeats should have been victories 
and in spite of the fact that many times our worst playing 
was against teams from smaller schools, we often played 
superb games against the best teams of the South. We believe 
in the boys who compose our team, in the coaches who are 
guiding our destiny and above all the spirit that dominates, 
not only our team but the whole campus. We are looking 
forward to the Ole Miss team which we feel sure is in the 
offing. 
The season started with a game against State Teachers College of Memphis, on our campus. 
Ole Miss easily rolled up a score of 44-0 against their S. I. A. A. opponents. The Teachers had 
a good team, but they were simply out-classed and could not withstand the mighty attack of the 
Ole Miss team. The game was played in the mud from beginning to finish, and by the end of the 
game there were no numbers visible, only moving togs covered with mud. Gunter, Rodgers, Ber- 
nard and Shoemaker scored touchdowns to place us far ahead of our fondest expectations for the 
game. Every man on the team played part of the game and played mighty well, too. It was in 
this game that Dave Bernard, the flashing fullback, rose from Sophomore oblivion to fame, scoring 
in the last minutes of the game three touchdowns for the Red and Blue. 

After the victory over the Teachers the team traveled to Clarksdale to again win a brilliant vic- 
tory over another Memphis aggregation. This time it was Southwestern to the tune of 19-O, before 



HEAD COACH ED WALKER 




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ville Leading Interference. 




Carruth "Shoe-Strings" Simon 
of Tulanc With Gill Rushing 



a capacity crowd. The Lynx did some mighty good playing but they had lost the rabbit foot which 
had jinxed Ole Miss for so many years. This victory more than any other in a number of years was 
taken as a good omen and from it the team and student body set out with great desires, high hopes, and 
perhaps overmeasured expectations. Southwestern was at last beaten, after so many years of playing 
over their heads at the expense of Ole Miss. We had at last won a victory over Southwestern that 
more fairly showed the strength of the two teams. 

Next came the game against Tennessee, in which we suffered our first defeat, 27-0. Coach 
Walker did not get to make the trip because of "flu" and Dave Bernard did not get to play because 
of questions which had arisen concerning his eligibility. In spite of these handicaps along with the 
fact that Bill Richardson received an injury during the earlier part of the game which kept him out 
for practically the rest of the season, Ole Miss held Bob Neyland's Volunteers to a scoreless tie for 
the first half of the game. The team played brilliant ball the first half and did themselves just as 
well the second half. The injuries received during the first half kept practically all of the regular 
players on the bench most of the second half. If Ole Miss had had the reserves that Tennessee did, 
we feel sure that the second half would have been equally as brilliant as the first half. 

Next came Howard and our real up-set of the season. During 

the second quarter of the game, Howard scored after a 26-yard run 

through the Ole Miss team. The extra point was converted and Ole 

Miss never did catch up. Gunter scored in exactly eight plays after 

the kickoff, but we failed at the extra point, and after the Howard 

touchdown and their extra point we never had the winning spirit. 

Howard played a great game and played "heads up" football the 

w whole afternoon, somehow Ole Miss just could not get going after 

4 the Howard touchdown, although in the closing minutes of the game 

|f Shoemaker tore through the Bulldog line several times for substantial 

gains, but before the closing whistle Howard had taken the ball on 
_ — downs. Ole Miss got possession of the ball once more, but a pass 

X \ Mftfif' rrom Hutson to Rounsaville was intercepted and the game was over, 

|S^- WrM 7-6, in favor of Howard. 

* It took lots of speeches from alumni, students, friends and coaches 

C. O. SMALLING mr ^ e M' ss to get the right spirit for the Homecoming game against 

Assistant Coach Sewanee, after the defeat at the hands of Howard. The 19-0 victory 





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COACH TAD SMITH 




on Homecoming restored in a great measure the faith that was needed 
by both team and the student body. At times during the game it had 
looked as though it might be a repetition of the preceding Saturday, 
but Ole Miss came through with a great victory against a scrapping 
team from the University of the South. 

Th? Flood traveled all the way to New Orleans, carrying with 
it Blind Jim, the band, and many students and alumni on the special 
train, only to suffer a defeat at the hands of the Green Wave. In 
this game Ole Miss played the best defensive game of the season. 
At the end of the first half, Tulane was leading only by the narrow 
margin of a safety, which was scored after a bad pass from center. 
Time and again Ole Miss held the Green Wave when they were just 
a few yards from their goal. It was indeed a great defensive game, 
played against an outstanding team. Several times during the game 
Ole Miss really threatened to mar the record of one of the South- 
eastern's undefeated teams. The final score was 15-0 in favor of 
Tulane, but Ole Miss had played a real game against one of the 
finest teams of the country. 

After the Tulane game, the team again went south, this time to 
Florida, and although they outplayed the Alligators in every way 




Curtis 



Hutson 




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possible, they could only get a 13-13 tie. Florida scored her two touch- 
downs in the first period of the game, one of them coming by way of a 98- 
yard run through the whole Ole Miss squad. In the same period Rodgers 
and Gunter marched with the ball for a touchdown for Ole Miss, coming 
60 yards after a previous threat had been repulsed. In the second period, 
Bartling tied the score with another touchdown. Several times Ole Miss 
threatened to turn the tie into victory, once marching as far as the 4 yard 
line, only to be held for downs. It was indeed a tough game to go as a 
tie, when the victory really should have been ours. 

Next came Huey Long's Bengals. The game was played in Jackson 
with practically the entire student bodies from the two schools there, to 
say nothing of the Kingfish himself. The score was 14-0 in favor of 
Louisiana. The L. S. U . touchdowns came after Ole Miss had made 
several bad plays and if it had not been for these two blocked kicks, the 
tune of the game could have very easily been different. Hapes, playing at 
tackle for Ole Miss, played a great defensive game. In the fourth quarter 
Gunter dropped a pass, and with an open field ahead, this closed Ole Miss' 
chance to secure a marker, and the game ended in favor of his excellency, 
the Kingfish. 




WEBB BURKE 





Gunter 



Gill 




Neely, Smith, Williams, Madre, Dickens 




Wilson 




Rounsaville 



The game against Centenary was almost a repetition of the game against 
Florida. We outplayed the Gentlemen in every department of the game, 
but the breaks were against us and so, for the second time in so many years, 
the Gentlemen went off with a narrow victory. All afternoon Ole Miss 
knocked at touchdown's door, but after the first response the fair maiden 
didn't live there anymore. Ole Miss fumbled four times within scoring 
distance ; somehow we had everything except the scoring drive. The game 
showed Ole Miss in one of her more aggressive moods, and the running of 
Rab Rodgers was the most brilliant ever on a Shreveport gridiron, accord- 
ing to Centenary fans. Rab handed in a most spectacular game, running, 
passing, and blocking in a very superb manner. The score was 13-6, Gun- 
ter making the touchdown for Ole Miss. 

Then came the game against Mississippi State, and what a game it 
turned out to be! Playing against State in Jackson for the first time in 
many years, the Floodmen played one of the very best games of the season. 
The stadium was packed with friends and alumni from both schools, the 
cheering was great, the players were great, and the game even greater. For 
three quarters and up to the last few minutes of the last quarter, the two 





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teams struggled up and down, back and forth, tirelessly playing for the 
break that everyone felt was coming. It came in the last five minutes of 
the game when Mississippi State capitalized on a position to kick for a field 
goal. The goal was good and it looked as though Mississippi State was at 
last going to make good the boast we have heard for so many years, but 
Ole Miss staged a comeback the like of which has seldom been witnessed 
by football fans anywhere. After State's goal, Bernard and Rodgers, in 
the closing minutes of the game, lugged the pigskin from the shadow of 
State's goal across the Ole Miss goal line and added a spectacular victory 
to Ole Miss football history. Not satisfied with the margin which they 
had attained, Hutson crashed the line for the extra point and the game 
ended 7-3 for Ole Miss. 

Although the season had not brought all the victories that the Ole Miss 
students and enthusiasts had wished, the brilliant ending was indeed a 
panacea for whatever fallen hopes might be harbored. Mississippi State 
played the best game of her season, and though we failed to play as we 
should, we won and showed Mississippi State that even when their team 
plays over its head and we do not play up to our quality, a State team is 
not equal to an Ole Miss squad. 





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Bartling 






Rodgers 



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Gunter Scores 
Against Howard 



Rounsaville Takes a 
Pass in Sewanee 
Game 



Bernhard Gains 
Against State 



Breyer Leads Rogers 

Against Sewanee 

Tigers 



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Watcn Your Eyes 




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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 

At the beginning of school in September, Coach C. M. Smith issued the first call 
for Freshman football players. In response to this call a very large group went on the 
field trying for positions on the squad. From the fine aggregation answering the call, 
the Freshman team will certainly send some players up to the varsity in the coming 
season. 

Although permitted to play only two games under the new Conference ruling, the 
Freshmen made two stellar performances in their appearances on the field ; and con- 
sistently afforded the varsity the competition needed in their daily practice. 

The two games played by the Freshmen showed the capabilities which they possess. 
The first game was with the first year men of Southwestern. The "Bobcats" gave 
the Ole Miss Freshmen only a mere chance to show their capabilities, and the Little 
Flood came out of the game in fine style. On Thanksgiving Day, while the varsity 
was preparing for the game with Miss State in Jackson, the Freshmen were playing the 
yearlings of the same school. In this game the entire squad showed what they could 
do, and came out of a hard fought game with a 7-0 victory. It was the 60 yard run 
of Raymon Hapes through the entire opposing team which gave the Little Flood 
their victory. 

Those trying for the first year squad were: Foose, Brownstein, Jackson, Bogard, 
Shaw, Marion, Kinard, Kincade, Bilbo, Aston, Cranford, Hart, Waits, Hapes, Har- 
rington, Davis, Hain, Green, Mills, Overby, St. John, Carlson, Evans, Harbin, John- 
son, Schmitt, Kelly, Rhyne, White, Cartes, ami Savage. 



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BASKETBALL 



The Ole Miss basketball team emerged 
from the 1935 season much more success- 
fully than it has in many of the previous 
years. During the duration of the season, 
the Red and Blue basketeers played twelve 
conference games and four non-conference 
games; of the former, they were victorious 
in five; of the latter, they won two. 

The initial series of the season was played 
against the University of Alabama at Tus- 
caloosa. By the score of 38-26 and 42-27 
the Tide quintet emerged the victors. The 
next encounter was a non-conference game 
with Millsaps, in which the Majors won by 
a 17-point margin. The team then departed 
on an extensive trip, playing a number of 
games in fine style. They first met the Mis- 
sissippi Teachers at Hattiesburg, and the 
Teachers were taken in by the score of 40-38. 
Fresh from this victory, Ole Miss played 
Tulane in two games at New Orleans. The 
first night turned out successfully for the 
Mississippi boys, the game ending 43-30. The 
Tulane five avenged the first loss the follow- 
ing night with a 41-23 victory. While in 
this temporary slump, the Red and Blue team 
moved up to Baton Rouge, where they were 
defeated in two successive games by the 
L. S. U. Tigers, 47-32 and 47-33. From 
Baton Rouge The Flood traveled to Starks- 
ville to meet the traditional rivals, Mississippi 
State, who gained one-sided and decisive vis- 
tories in the two games p'ayed on their cam- 
pus by scores of 60-31 and 55 37. The team 
then came back to the campus for two garner 
with non-conference fo?, Southwestern. Ole 
Miss suffered a 50-43 defeat in the first con- 
test, and emerged as victors in the last game 
of the series, 42-13. Whatever may have 
been the outcome of previous games, the 




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University quintet redeemed themselves and 
closed the season with two of the most thrill- 
ing games ever witnessed in the Ole Miss 
gym. In return for the trouncing handed 
them at Starksville, Coach Walker's boys 
showed complete mastery of the ball and de- 
feated Mississippi State by the narrow mar- 
gins of 35-33 and 40-38. 

It is indeed fitting that due credit be given 
to those men who loyally performed on the 
Ole Miss basketball team through the sea- 
son. 

To Coach Ed Walker goes the credit for 
the commendable showing made. "Buster" 
Poole, who played at center, deserves special 
recognition for his ability to hold down the 
tip-off position. Even though he was play- 
ing his first year on the team, Buster did 
some creditable work, and played well in 
every game. "Speedy" Williams, a regular 
forward, showed his prowess as a speed mer- 
chant and as one of the leading scorers of 
the season. Chester Curtis lived up to the 
reputation he had set two years previous in 
his brilliant playing, closing his athletic ca- 
reer in a flash of brilliance. "Rab" Rodgers, 
who is the recent recipient of the Norris 
trophy, played in every game of the season 
with the same abilities which have gained 
for him the recognition of being the out- 
standing athlete at the University of Missis- 
sippi. Tom Leyden, a new comer on the 
varsity, distinguished himself for his dexter- 
ous and sleight-of-hand m3nipulation of the 
ball. Marcus Beddingfield, another out- 
standing sophomore, held down one of the 
forward positions, gaining recognition for 
his shooting ability. Other men who saw 
action during the season were Thames, 
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The basketball season was another of Coach Tad Smith's first-year 
outfits to go through an undefeated season, finishing their four-game sched- 
ule without a loss. In each of the games played by this squad new poten- 
tialities developed, and by the end of the season some of the men showed 
that they were going to give some of the varsity players a hard job landing 
their positions for another year. 

Coach Smith's quintet started the season off in a tilt with the cadets of 
Tupelo Military Institute. In this, as in every other game, the freshmen 
showed their superb ability in handling the ball and pass work. The fresh- 
men won this game by a score of 41 to 19. The team next engaged the 
fast Senatobia outfit, and won a decisive victory over them. The score: 
Freshmen, 38; Senatobia, 24. Following this game the freshmen engaged 
the C. C. C. camp of Abbeville. The shrubbery boys were defeated by a 
score of 35 to 15. The squad then played the T. M. I. cadets again, this 
time defeating them by a larger score than in the first encounter. 

During the season there were about fifteen men qualifying for the team, 
and this enabled Coach Smith to put a strong lineup on the floor in every 
game. Those turning in outstanding performances during the season were: 
Kincad, Kinnard, Graham, Hart, Bilbo, Carlson, Selbv, and Foose. The 
performance of the first year cagemen was one of the most encouraging 
features of the freshmen athletic program, and their promotion from the 
freshman ranks next year will enable Ole Miss to have a vastly improved 
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TRACK RESUME 



Although facing an unusually hard schedule, with the additional handi- 
cap of the loss of several top-notch performers and a change in coaches, 
the Ole Miss trackmen turned in the most outstanding record that the 
school has ever had, losing only to Louisiana State University, the national 
champions of the summer before. 

Facing three opponents, Southwestern of Memphis, Louisiana State 
University, and Alabama, the Red and Blue cinder artists turned in an 
imposing victory over the Lynx, two well-earned wins over the Tide, and 
had the record blotted only by the great aggregation at Baton Rouge. Mis- 
sissippi State was the other school on the schedule, but they withdrew from 
the competition. 

Southwestern, the first opponent, proved to be a true "warm up" oppo- 
sition, furnishing little in the way of competition. The red-shirters from 
Memphis tied Reeves and White in the pole vault and broad jump and 
also turned in victories in two other events to garner most of their points. 
The Lynx also won the only hotly contested race of the afternoon, this was 
the relay which they won only by inches. Jess Flowers was high point man 
of the meet with a total of ten points. Curtis, Bell, Smith, and Gill were 
others who turned in winning performances to gather points for the Red 
and Blue. 

Facing the Louisiana squad the following Saturday, a squad that held 
top rating among collegiate track circles in the nation and had proved their 
fitness by trouncing the Indiana Hoosiers a short time before, the Missis- 
sippians naturally held little hope of victory. The squad was badly handi- 
capped by the illness of several of the best performers; however, the Red and 
Blue came through with a fine performance and on several occasions came 
near upsetting the highly touted Louisiana stars. Bell, White, and Gill 
were among the individual Mississippians who came near marring the L. S. 
U. record. Curtis was ill and naturally failed to turn in his best perform- 
ance. 

The meet with L. S. U. evidently served to whet the appetite of The 
Flood for revenge, and so the next Saturday Alabama fell by the score of 
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divided, but The Flood swept several events and thus established the lead. 
Curtis emerged the winner in the feature race of the day, taking the 880 by 
inches and setting a new school record of 1:58.5 in the event. White and 
Gill easily took the weight events, with Dovith and Ames doing the same 
thing in the century dash. The climax of the day was the relay, won by 
Ole Miss in the record time of 3:28. Curtis-Shepard-Smith-Bell were the 
four men who broke the former school record in this event. 

With Mississippi State breaking her scheduled meet with the University, 
another engagement was arranged with Alabama. This final meet was very 
near graduation. The Mississippians started out badly, facing a deficit of 
twenty points when time for the track events rolled around. However, due 
to the record-breaking performance turned in by Bell, and the fine point 
winning efforts of Berryhill and Shoemaker in the hurdles, and Gill in the 
javelin, along with the aid of the other cindermen, the score when the last 
relay was reached was Alabama, 58, and Ole Miss, 54. Facing several new 
men of the Capstone relay quartet the Red and Blue four came through in 
\f victorious style, winning the race and in a great way setting another school 

1 1 record. Ole Miss won the meet by the margin of one point. 

U In almost every way, the season could be counted as a very succes c ful 

M one. From the standpoint of competition faced, and the victories won, it 

1 1 was the best that the school has ever experienced. Records that had stoo-1 

the test for many years went by the boards, while several competitors erased 
marks that they themselves had set the year before. The team was recog- 
nized as being second only to the Bengals of Louisiana in the Southeastern 
' ' Conference, and in addition many of the individual performers set time for 

\ 7 their respective events that were equalled by very few men in the Association. 

I* In all a total of seven school records were smashed. Bell took the old 

\f mark in the 440 down three notches to 50.1 time. Curtis lowered his own 

II 880 record to 1:58.5. In both of the hurdle events the time was lowered, 

1 1 Berryhill taking .1 of a second off of Shoemaker's 15. mark, in the 120 low 

1 1 hurdles to make it a 24 flat. Gill erased his old distance in the javelin 3 

II feet to set the new length of 183.3. White added quite a bit of length to 

^ his former mark in the discus to stretch it to 143 feet. 

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The 1934 tennis season was a big one 
for the Ole Miss net aces, in fact, the 
team has been very deservingly called one 
of the very best in the history of the 
school. Led by Captain Lee Hines and 



Blue aces. So one-sided was the match 
that Millsaps gathered only 11 games in 
the seven matches. The Ole Miss team 
was "hot" that day. Hines defeated 
Cross 6-0, 6-3; Graeber toppled Jones 6-1, 




ably assisted by Graeber, Berger, Klyce, 
and Prospere, the team started off with 
a bang against Mississippi State in the 
Ole Miss gym, rain having forced the 
match indoors. In this match Hines won 
from Kronimous with little difficulty, 6-2, 
6-1, Graeber likewise disposed of McCor- 
mick 6-1, 6-1, and Berger outsteadied 
Weathersby to the count of 6-4, 6-2. Pros- 
pere also won his match by the margin of 
6-4, 6-3. The outcome of the match hav- 
ing been decided, the Ole Miss boys "let 
down" and lost the remaining matches. 

Millsaps was the next victim to fall be- 
fore the terrific onslaught of the Red and 



6-0; Klyce won from Smith 6-1, 6-1, and 
thus finished a great day in tennis history 
for Ole Miss. 

The team then left on a two-day trip, 
stopping first at Starksville, where they 
again turned back Mississippi State, 
Hines, Graeber, and Berger winning their 
respective matches for Ole Miss from 
McCormick, Kronimus, and Wyatt. Pros- 
pere and Klyce dropped close matches to 
Wyatt and Cratin. Hines and Graeber 
clinched the match with a 6-2, 6-1 defeat 
of Kronimus and Wyatt. Klyce and 
Prospere dropped close ones to Cratin and 
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that in both matches the Mississippi State 
team reversed its line-up in order to avoid 
a seven to nothing trouncing. 

The next day the team journeyed to 
Alabama where they dropped a heart- 
breaker to the Crimson Tide 4-2. The 
Ole Miss boys came within a point o c 
victory on seevral occasions in the match, 



Alabama's day in the tennis matches. 
On the return match against Millsaps 
Ole Miss was without the services of Cap 
tain Lee Hines. Rain interrupted the 
match to add to the discomfort of the sit- 
uation. Graeber defeated Jones 6-1, 10-8. 
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playing Andrews, Southern ranking star, 
and A'abama's best, ran Andrews 
"ragged," displaying beautiful form to win 
2-6, 7-5, 6-0. Graeber, with his net game 
going in an excellent fashion, seemed 
headed for victory when Simpson rallied 
to win 6-4, 2-6, 12-10 for Alabama. Berger 
and Giant were engaged for long time in 
a base line battle; three times Berger was 
at the match point, but failed to make the 
last point, and so another went to Ala- 
bama 4-6, 8-6, 7-5. Prospere dropped a 
6-0, 6-1 affair to Hamilton, and Klyce lost 
a close match to Mitchell and it was 



were leading in the other matches when 
the rain halted the playing. 

Next season the Ole Miss team will miss 
Lee Hines' services. The opposing teams 
were loud in their praises of this lad. He 
possessed a sound all-round game with 
beautiful ground strokes. In addition to 
his excellent playing qualities his ability as 
a leader was unequalled. Graeber, Berger, 
Klyce, and Prospere will be back for next 
season, thus assuring a good and well- 
rounded team. In addition to the vet- 
erans, Noblin, a first-year man, will be 
playing and Ole Miss bids fair to have a 
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The Ole Miss boxing team experienced one of its most successful seasons in recent years under 
the capable direction of Coach Jess Alderman. From the beginning more interest was manifest 
in this sport than in any other indoor activity. To Coach Alderman goes the credit of bringing 
this sport into the spotlight on this campus. 

During the season the boxing team met four opponents, and fought two battles with the tra- 
ditional rivals, Miss State. The season opened here in an engagement with Alabama. The 
Tide boxers could not match the skill and training of the Ole Miss boxers, and Ole Miss won 
this match 7-1. Next the team journeyed to Tulane, and there they lost 5-3. The team then 
came back home and met Miss State the following week. This was perhaps one of the most 
exciting boxing matches ever witnessed on the campus. When the final bell rang Ole Miss and 
State had won an equal number of the fights. The team then went to Starksville and met the 
State boys there again; this time they lost the match 5-3. After a rest the team went to L. S. U. 
and there met some of the best boxers in the conference. L. S. U. won his match by a margin 
of 6-2. 

The boxing team this season was composed of: Rossetti, bantamweight; Ballard, feather- 
weight; Smith and Holder, lightweights; Lackey, welterweight; West, junior-middleweight; 
Levine (Capt.), senior-middleweight; Dickens and C'urley, light-heavyweights; and Hapes, 
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W. B. Brooks 
O. D. Brame 
W. D. Coleman 
Carl Crisler 
Jack Dinkins 
F. E. England 
E. L. Fair 



Members 

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N. E. King 

C. E. Lawrence 
Hite McLean 

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THE NORRIS TROPHY 




R.ODGERS 



The Norris Trophy is presented each year to the most outstanding 
athlete in the University of Mississippi by the Norris Candy Com- 
pany, of Atlanta, Georgia. This award has been made possible 
through the efforts of the Gathright-Reed Drug Company, agents for 
the Norris Candy Company at Oxford. 

Robert D. Rodgers, of Tupelo, Mississippi, has been selected by a 
vote of the student body as the winner of the trophy this year. Al- 
though a junior, Rab has done meritorious work in three branches of 
athletics and justly deserved the award. He was one of the most 
outstanding players on the football team, and was selected by his 
teammates as being the best offensive player for the year. On the 
basketball court, Rab has been one of the best players, holding down 
the position of forward. He played catcher on the baseball team, and 
did well both in fielding and batting. 

This award is indeed one of the highest bestowed by the student 
body, and they have done well in selecting Rab as the winner. 



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Chester H. Curtis Clarksdale, Miss. 

Fred M. Glass Winona, Miss. 

Guy Mitchell, Jr Tupelo, Miss. 

Guy Fisher University, Miss. 



In the annual contest sponsored by the Mississippian, the above stu- 
dents were selected as the most outstanding at Ole Miss by an impar- 
tial committee appointed by Dr. Alfred E. Hume, Chancellor of the 
University; Guy Fisher, President of the Associated Student Body; 
Guy Mitchell, Jr., President of the Y. M. C. A.; Chester Curtis, 1934 
Norris Trophy winner; and Miss Ella Somerville, representative of 
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OLE MISS PASSES • 
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19 3 5 OLE MISS 






THINGS YOU WOULD NOT KNOW IF I DID 

NOT TELL YOU 



Perchance in our more reflective moods some of us have chanced to muse upon the 
possibilities of the origin of the appellation "Ole Miss," which our Alma Mater so 
proudly bears. Mrs. J. F. Cappleman suggested the name for the first annual published 
on our campus. The annual was published in 1897 and had for its first editor Judge 
Garland Lyell and for its first business manager Judge V. A. Griffith. This publication 
was put out by the nine fraternities and two sororities then on the campus. 



"Ole Miss" is to typify the mellow and reverential respect that the slaves held for 
their "Ole Marster's" wife, commonly called "Ole Miss." These terms were slave adap- 
tations of "Ole Master" and "Old Mistress" to distinguish them from the sons and 
daughters of the family, who were called "Young Marster" and "Young Miss." Being 
in the heart of Dixie, surrounded by the many traditions of the Old South, hallowed by 
the blood of the Confederacy, and pregnant with the memories of all that is dear to 
Southern history, no name could be more in keeping with the University of Mississippi. 



Dean A. L. Bondurant has the longest record of the professors, having been con- 
nected with the University for the past 46 years. Dr. Bondurant coached the first foot- 
ball team at the University in 1893. At this time he suggested a union of the Crimson 
of Harvard and the Blue of Yale as the colors for the football team, and since '93 
these have been the colors. 



Jim Ivy, alias Blind Jim, Dean of the Freshman Class, has been on the campus for | | 

36 years. Starting as a mere peanut vender, Jim has now become a travelling merchant. * " 

The first woman to enter the University of Mississippi after the Board of Trustees ' " 

sanctioned the "co-ed movement" was Miss Sallie V. Hill, later Mrs. R. W. Jones. I A 

Miss Hill entered the University in 1882, and graduated with highest honors in her class. » » 

The football team received its nickname, "The Flood," in a contest conducted by the i f 

Mississippian several years ago. The Mississippian sent letters over the country soliciting ^ * 

suggestions, and from these suggestions a committee elected the name of "The Flood." M 



Mr. J. J. Quarles received the first diploma awarded by the University of Mississippi. " " 





Mr. Quarles graduated in the class of 1851, and there were 15 in this class. This if 

diploma was lost for 60 years, later found, and is now preserved in the Chancellor's office. ™ 



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cyllma crater 

'Way down south in Mississippi, there's a spot that 
ever calls, 

Where among the hills enfolded stand old Alma 
Mater's halls. 

Where the trees lift high their branches to the whisper- 
ing Southern breeze, 

There Ole Miss is calling, calling to our hearts' fond 
memories. 

With united hearts we praise thee, all our loyalty is 
thine. 

And we hail thee, Alma Mater, may thy light forever 
shine; 

May it brighter grow and brighter, and with deep af- 
fection true, 

Our thoughts shall ever cluster 'round thee, dear old 
Vf Red and Blue. 



y} May thy fame throughout the nation, thru thy sons and 

1 1 daughters grorv; 

1 1 May thy name forever waken in our hearts a tender 

glow; 
May thy counsel and thy spirit ever keep us one in 

this, 

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WEATHER 

The Usual Unusual 

Weather Has Been 

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A Printer of All — Both Good and Bad 



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LITTLE ALLEY CROWNS ROYALTY 




Gib Crowd Jams Gym 

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LAUNDRY AND CAFE 
GIVE NEW SERVICE 



The University Cafeteria, under 
the management of "Wash Tubbs" 
Seay, second Corporal to Mike Con- 
ner's "Yess Man," Colonel Musso- 
HLEE Gainey, is having a very de- 
lightful year. A gocd time is had 
by all who do not eat there. It 
has been going forward with a 
marked degree of failure. 

A considerable uproar was 
caused when the Exalted Manage- 
ment found out that one of the cash- 
iers had been charging only 3^c 
for a glass of milk. Spt-ed and 
Service, the motto, has been stead- 



fastly adhered to — it takes one only 
55 minutes after getting in line to 
get to a cashier and 15 minutes to 
get away. One never has to wait 
more than 10 minutes to get a table 
cleared. The whole Cafeteria is 
shrouded in a deathlike silence 
which prevails at all times when 
the students are eating. The silence 
reminds one of a cross between a 
boiler factory and a riveting ma- 
chine. 

The prices have been cut to the 
place where the competition of the 
Peabody and Chisca can be very 
adequately met. One can go to 
Memphis and eat at these places, 
add the price of his expenses to 
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Amid all the pomp and glorv 
which would accompany the crown- 
ing of one of the royal heads of 
European thrones, last night in the 
gym Miss Ole Miss and the King 
of Madi Gras ruled supreme. The 
crowd came pouring in at about 
two pints and continued to do the 
same the remainder of the evening, 
some passing out before the main 
event of the evening. Berpie 
Holmes and his band led in the 
musicals and were followed by the 
remainder of the congregation. 

At exactly 10 o'clock the band 
started playing the Battle Him of 
the Republic and the court began 
staggering in. First came the dainty 
little Ann Hardy, who was dressed 
in a mere egg shell model, and 
then the ceremony got under the 
weather. Accompanying her was 
the man who thought he was the 
king of the evening, N. C. House. 
Next came the illustrious MISS 
frances holmes. MISS holmes was 
gowned in a slim green pea num- 
ber thrown about her in a most fas- 
tidious manner. She was accom- 
panied by Winston the third. 

Then happened what was per- 
haps the most unusual event of the 
evening. Ole Warhorse Bell came 
stumbling up the aisle with Mal- 
colm Y Y Guess at his side. It 
was said by some of the bystanders 
that Y Y explained the matter, say- 
ing he had gotten his horses mixed 
up, and was leading this one to 
the wrong stall. 

Following MISS holmes came th° 
alluring Jane Saunders. And did 
she look good? (See Shine Hop- 
kins.) She was dressed in one of 
the latest sport numbers of bath- 
ing ^uits, and the crowd went wild. 
After having to support her escort 
practically all the way to the throne 
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THE MISSY-SLIPPIUM 

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THE "MISSISSIPPIAN" 



"Ex Nihilo Nihil Fit" — from 
nothing nothing is made. This 
thing, called the "Official Publica- 
tion of the University of Mississippi 
Student Body," is "Immedicabile 
Vunius"— an incurable wound. It 
has to be taken "Cum Grano Salis" 
— with a grain of salt, each week, 
with some allowance, yes, the 
feeble-minded editorial staff. This 
staff fills its columns with anything, 
so long as the columns get filled, 
done "Ad Captandum" — for the 
sake of pleasing. 

The EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, cam- 
pus big shot, is on the other hand 
"Anguis in Herba" — a snake in the 
grass. His editorials, conceived by 
his infant mind, expressed by his 
feeble brain, and executed under 
the influence of delirium tremens, 
pollute the enlightening environ- 
ment of the University like one 
among the strong does those readv 
to do battle, and serve as "Brutum 
Fulmen" — an ineffectual display of 



force. "Damnant Quod non Intel- 
ligunt" — they condemn what they 
do not understand. 

The FEATURE EDITOR, that 
infernal, infinitesimal, mendacious, 
self-satisfying runt of prolific hu- 
manity, handshaker, and back- 
slapper of political fame, bears no 
malice toward anyone, limits his 
spineless ability to jellyfish propor- 
tions. Were it not for his already 
too prominent display of mental 
cerebrage his illustrious, venerable, 
and infamous name would long ere 
this have been numbered among the 
galaxy of stars. Now students, 
watch this small, greasy, snooping, 
nose-prying individual take a 
smack at this. 

As a whole, this prognostic week- 
ly epistle, foretelling the dawn of 
something worth while after this 
year, maybe, is dissipated in make- 
up; "Flux de Paroles" — a flow of 
words; meaningless and absolutely 
rotten, deserving only the con- 
demnation of the elite and the ap- 
proval of the sacriligious. 



Successful bridge is a triumph of 
mind over chatter. 

Tom calls his girl "Brown Su- 
gar," sweet but unrefined. 

Some men grow under respon- 
sibilities, others only swell. 

■w 

He who laughs last seldom gets 

the point anvway. 

•w 

It takes jacks or better to open a 
Pullman window. 

The stork is the bird with the 
big bill. 

Did you know a dog perspires 

through his pants? 

■w 

A liar is one who has no partition 
between his imagination and his in- 
formation. 

Flattery is soft-soap, soft-soap is 

90% lye. 

He who laughs, lasts. 



CORRECTIONS 

With profound and numerous 
gestures of regret we admit the 
falsity of the report that the well- 
known 'Jiggs" Neblett was carried 
to his room and poured into bed 
after having been found in a gutter 
in a drunken condition. This re- 
port was untrue. "Jiggs" was able 
to get to bed without help, after 
spraying the terra firma around his 
window. 

This paper wishes to take this op- 
portunity to correct the statement 
made that Chancellor Hume lost 
$6.98 in a crap game at the faculty 
meeting the other night. It was 
later understood that the money 
handed over was a part of his split, 
and that he had taken too much. 

Notice: Though mistakes might 
not have been corrected, the paper 
wishes to take this opportunity to 
apologize to those with reference to 
whom mistakes have been made. 
Papers have always made mistakes, 
like other human agencies, and his- 
tory always repeats itself. (Has the 
Mississippian ever gotten anything 
right!) However, there are several 
causes for mistakes: Natural ani- 
mosity people have for those prying 
into their affairs; the innate se- 
crecy which governs the lives of 
many men and women on this cam- 
pus; and th<- evident reluctance 
with which thev admit the truth 
the whole truth, and nothing bir 
the truth. 



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SEE EM IN THE MOVIES 

I Am a Thief Lee Gainey 

The Best Man Wins .... Portwood, Brooks, Rounsaville, Massengill 

Gift of Gab The Lawyers 

Menace Messrs. Baggett and Black 

The Good Fairy Mr. Guess 

Love in Bloom Ben Caldwell and Margaret Brevard 

Ready For Love Collier Stewart and Lucille Fedric 

Happiness Ahead The University Under Dr. Butts 

The Ace of Innocence Frances Witty 

The Lemon Drop Kid Dr. Bishop 

Little Men Bacon, Tindall, Mitchell, Robertson 

Hips Hips Hooray Dorothy Broadfoot 

Now I'm a Lady Ora Elizabeth Bookout 

The Gilded Lily Frances Holmes 

Evercreen Ramelle Eason 



M. Q. C. 

(Mississippi Quill Club) 

The Deeper the Quill the Better the Grade 

Motto: We love our teachers Password: Bull 

Official Flower: Daisy Official Stimulant: Absinth 

Officers 

Offa Lunsford Casey Royal Eminent Conjabulator 

Berry D. Brown Prevaricator Extraordinary 

Billy Seale Exalted Quill Sharpener 

Cripples in Facultate 

Chinny Bishop Paleozoic Morse Wild Bill Kennon 

Peter Rabbit Milden Scout Torrey Warhorse Bell 

Evolution Shaw Goofy Guyton King Kimbrough 

Cripim.es in Universitate 

Alan Shoemaker Morgan Ellsworth Hazel Harrison 

Margaret Trusty Frances Witty D wm Hamilton 

Erin Gwin Mary Abray Em mi; it Kemp 



THE MISS Y-SLIPPUM 



SPORTS PAGE 



FACULTY WINS IN 

FINAL EVENT OF 
INTER-MURAL SERIES 



Defeat Varsity in a Surpris- 
ingly Strong Finish 

Kimhrough kicked off to Curtis, 
who dribbled through the whole 
Faculty team, but was stopped by 
Calvin Brown's left jab to the back 
of the court. Hutson singled to his 
own forty-five yard line, but was 
out when Jockey Rainwater was 
caught jumping the gun. On the 
next play Hapes sunk a clean basket 
from the bleachers, but he had over- 
looked the big casino and was dis- 
qualified for underweight. Wofle 
made a carom off the red, and 
moved the King's castle seven ; but 
because he failed to declare, he 
sliced into the rough and had to set 
'em up in the other alley. Milden 
paid 13c for every $3.00 straight 
ticket. His batting average na< 10 
minutes, 7 3-5 seconds. Longest re- 
covered and bid two spades as the 
period ended. 

A double play, Hull to Swan, fell 
short. Deuces were wild, so were 
the stands. Another pass, Heming- 
way to Bell, would have tied the 
score had Kennon been caught re- 
neging. Foul on "Baby" Rounsa- 
ville. It was his fifth personal, and 
the score stood two strikes and 
three balls. He dropped back to 
his own three-yard line and with a 
clean left to the pooch caught 
Walker in the stretch, got the scis- 
sors, recovered, and holed out in 
the six for a birdie. The stands 
were already wild. On the next 
play "Vap" Adams bet on Farquhar 
to win. He was taking the hurdles 
with ease, but Jockey Sackett was 
forced to use the whip in order to 
get a grand slam. He was penal- 
ized for a double-dribble, but did 
not change from the breast stroke 
which he had been using all th; 
rubber. It was the end of the third 
race. 

By a series of forehand drives 
and lefts to the body Farlev was 
able to gain two inches through the 
varsity's five man defense. Horace 




tull house on the board, and cleans 
the track. In a great line drive 
around the last post Gondolf shot a 
low- one to the catcher, but he was 
put out on account of running with 
the ball. Smalling led with the 
king of clubs, but "Speedy" Wil- 
liams came in walking ahead of ths 
whole field. The Faculty sends in 
a substitute. It is Shaw, who does 
some mighty nice dealing, but is 
called out for running out of 
bounds. The stands are still wild, 
as there is only one more second to 
play. As the bell is ringing Hum; 
is caught behind the 8 ball. 

Final score: Facultv, 33; varsity, 
76J4. 

Referee — Blind Jim (Miss. State) 
Umpire — Strawberrv (Miss A. & 
M.) 



Walker in Action 

Brown went in for Calvin Brown 
at the net position. Carruth ran 
back to take a fly with his bare 
hand, but was forced to punt. He 
credited himself with three in the 
swan dive, but should have had 
high, low, jack, and the game. 
Walker won by a nose. It was 
Gladden's bid and the fans carried 
him from the field. Bishop fouled 
Gunter when he tried to crowd him 
to the rail. He had the flash two 
up and three to play as the whistle 
blew. 

Bondurant opened with a beauti- 
ful three-rail in the corner, it was 
the most outstanding service of the 
series, being from his own 45-yard 
line. The stands "boo-ed" him for 
his conduct. Fox hit a line drive 
to the goal keeper. He was leading 
by two lengths. Thames broke up 
his dribble, but it took him three 
sets to get out of the rough. He 
held three honors and the deuce of 
spades. Just as the barrier was 
sprung, Rodgers fumbled, but man- 
aged to worm his way through th° 
rough to score one of the handiest 
grand slams since the days of 
Dempsey. He was well ridden by 
Jockey Torrey. Green singled to 
discard. Hammond was sent to the 
showers with a bad head. The 
stands are still wild as the set came 
to a close. 

Sydncr throws a curve, but is in- 
tercepted by Guess who lavs a 



BROWN TO JOIN 

BARNUM & BAILEY 

W ell-Known Student 

to Hit Sawdust Ring 



Berry Brown Receives Offer to 

Take Position in Freak 

Side-Show of Circus 



One of our most prominent stu- 
dents has recently received an offer 
from Mr. Barnum of the Barnum 
and Bailey Circus to be in the 
great sideshow of that organization. 
He is to occupy a spacious cage, or- 
namented with beautifully colored 
glass bearing the title, "The Only 
Living Man Who Can Talk Indefi- 
nitely Without Saying Anything." 
His salary is not to exceed one dol- 
lar a week, since his upkeep will be 
enormous because of the great 
amount of food needed to supply 
this human machine. His only ac- 
tivitv will be to sit still and look 
as important as he thinks he is, 
which in itself is an easv task, 
while he rambles on. The hardest 
thing he will have to do is to keep 
his mouth shut and try not to ren- 
der himself obnoxious when the per- 
formance is not going on, for the 
management fears that this migh' 
lead to the other performers resign- 
ing their positions. It is generally 
known that Berry has the awful 
habit of talking when talking is 
not desired, and it is thought this 
will be the harde't thing for him 
to do. However, this job wiM not 
(Continued on Page 5 .) 



THE MISS Y-SLIPPUM 



HILL HALL DANCE 

ENDS IN BRAWL 



"Say, Teat, did you hear about 
the dance last Saturday night?" 
"No, Mary, r^hat about it?" 



"It was simply stiffling! During 
the second no-break, while the lights 
were low and everything was quiet, 
Bully Nance climbed up to the roof 
and began working the spotlight. 
He shined it up in the northwest 
corner of the east end where David 
Brewer was doing the Delta hand- 
in-the-air shake-down with Xante 
Scruggs. David became raging 
mad and hurled a pint which he 
had in his back pocket at Bully, 
and missing him the bottle hit the 
nearby fuse box, and threw the 
whole place into darkness. Then 
things began to happen so fast one 
could hardly keep up with them. 
Jimmie Armstrong looked very 
slouchy for the first time; Billy 
McGee smiled; Lyle Bates beat 
Tom out of a dime ; Portwood got 
stuck with Harrison; Miss Heffley 
rushed out into the crowd and was 
immediately overcome and re- 
pulsed; Berry Brown stopped talk- 
ing for a few minutes; The Missis- 
sippians seemed good ; student did 
not worry about the results of the 
wild oats they were sowing; "Bear" 
Demarche, feeling his importance, 
climbed through a keyhole, and has 
not been heard from since. About 
this time, two hours later, the lights 
came back on, and on the floor 
there were some hundred men who 
could not stand the fray; chair- 
were broken and windows knocked 
out; and in general the place was 
in an utter state of confusion. The 
hospitals filled immediately, and 
none of the Country Club boys have 
been heard from since. 

"Damit! Mary, I would miss the 
most exciting thing of the year." 

"Yes, Teat, you would." 



LITTLE ALLEY 

CROWNS ROYALTY 



(Continued from Page I.) 

(he having faded out on account of 
the great amount of excitement) 
she made it up to the region of 
the thrcne. Upon arriving at this 
point Shine was revived, mnrited 
old Traveler, and made a mad dash 
to the throne. 

The attention of the crowd was 
directed from the floor to one of the 
dark corners of the floor where a 
threat amount of noise was coming 



from. There much to the surprise 

ot the students, to sa> nothing of 
the faculty, some tall cutting-up 
and stomping was taking place. 
L'pon investigation it turned out to 
be Peter Rabbit Milden tearing 
through the very difficult movements 
ot the new Continental. He had 
as his partner dean Heffley. Critics 
say that they were headed places 
when last seen disappearing through 
the crowd. 

Following in the wake of the 
Saunders - Hopkins march came 
Frances Witty. She had as her 
man, for the evening, Kirby Har- 
rell. She was Fairly tripping up 
the aisle when she slipped on some- 
thing Galssey. Harrell, however, 
made a quick recovery, and then 
thev proceeded to the throne. (Bodv 
by Witty.) 

All began to hold their breath 
(for the usual reason) as their 
royal highnesses began to enter the 
place. Miss Janie Neil had been 
selected to fill the shoes of Miss Ole 
Miss, and this she had quite a time 
doing; accompanying her was the 
well-known lightweight Clarence 
Hapes. After having to push sev- 
eral of the bystanders out of the 
path they made it up to their place* 
Little Alley there intervened and 
proceeded with the crowning He 
gracefully walked up the rostrum 
and after giving one of his usual 
horeing speeches, laid the baseball 
bat, specially made for the purpose 
of crowning, over the heads of the 
royalty. The crowd was again in 
an uproar as they started the march 
around the floor. After dancing 
'till dawn the entire outfit was in- 
vited to the Chancellory to have 
the morning pick-up. 

LAUNDRY AND CAFE 



(Continued from Page I.) 

Memphiv and the cost of his meal, 
and the whole amount will be the 
price of the meal in the Cafeterh 
would hue amounted to. We wi h 
to highlv commend the Cafeteria 
and its management and hired help 
in cooperating with the students a"d 
securing their opinions before mak- 
ing any changes in the prices 
charged for the food. Be it said 
to their everlasting credit that it 
took two freshmen onlv fifteen min- 
utf>s bv the use of a knife as a coal 
chisel and a salt shaker as a ham- 
mer to divide one of the very tender 
pine* of meat which are so fre- 
quently served. 



laundry of a student this week in 
which there was absolutely no mis- 
take in the clothing returned. We 
must admit that we are very sorry 
indeed to see our very efficient 
laundry break its time old custom 
and send out one laundry in which 
every pair of socks matched, and 
every shirt returned was the one 
sent out. Be it said in favor of the 
Laundry, though, that they did suc- 
ceed in removing from the clothing 
returned all the buttons that were 
there when the clothing was sent 
out. 

The student who was the recip- 
ient of such extraordinary service 
has been taken to the hospital in a 
coma. He has been unconscious 
ever since he ascertained that he did 
not have to figure out just who had 
the sock that matched the one sent 
him, or the pair of shorts returned 
to him. We sincerely hope that the 
student will soon recover from the 
severe shock, and we feel sure that 
the Laundry will not render such 
ungentlemanlv service again. 



For some unknown reason the 
University Laundry sent out the 



BROWN TO JOIN 

(Continued from Page J.J 

be so hard, since Mr. Barnum has 
consented to permit Berry to con- 
tinue to be correspondent for va- 
rious newspapers. It was agreed, 
of course, that he was to put noth- 
ing in his articles concerning him- 
self and his ability, as he is often 
known to do. You may doubtless 
wonder why the circus management 
consented to this. Well, through 
their long dealings with such freaks 
of nature as this one they realize 
that they will have to have some 
diversions and pets in order that 
they will not become so bored with 
themselves that they cannot put up 
with life any more. Berry will have 
a chance to pick up quite a bit of 
side money while working with the 
show. The keeper of the monkeys 
of the circus has hired Berry to 
entertain them with his antics, and 
it is thought that he might even 
make friends with the heretofore 
untamed babboon, since he looks so 
much like it. 

The student body of Ole Miss, 
through this paper, wishes to extend 
their hearty congratulations to Mr. 
Brown for the noble and uplifting 
contribution which he i>. making by 
accepting the kind offer of Mr. Bar- 
num. It is the sincere hope of everv 
one that this noble person will 
make a success of this adventure, 
and spend the remainder of his davs 
entertaining those having never 
heard him. 

















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and water plant, a paying investment, by means of which light and water 
rates have been reduced one-third and tax assessments one-fourth — its 
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County seat of Lafayette and located at the center of North Mississippi, 
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